LEE COLLINS MAKES BARNSLEY MOVE

Barnsley have completed the permanent signing of defender Lee Collins from Port Vale.

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Lee Collins: Loan move made permanent

Lee Collins: Loan move made permanent

The 23-year-old joined Barnsley on loan in March and made seven appearances for the club, including four starts, as Keith Hill's side battled to escape relegation.

Collins, a former Wolves trainee, can operate as a central defender or at left-back, where he turned in an impressive display for the Tykes at Blackpool in early April.

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