Cywka to leave Barnsley

Barnsley midfielder Tomasz Cywka has turned down a new deal at Oakwell, Sky Sports understands.

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Tomasz Cywka: Set to leave Barnsley

Tomasz Cywka: Set to leave Barnsley

Cywka's current deal expires this summer and the Tykes were keen to tie down the Pole to a new contract.

However, both parties have failed to agree terms and the 25-year-old seems set to leave on a free transfer.

The news is sure to alert a host of clubs to the availability of the former Wigan and Derby man.

Cywka made 52 appearances and scored eight goals during his two-year spell at Barnsley.

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