Deering set for Bees deal

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Oxford winger Sam Deering is to return to npower League Two rivals Barnet, subject to a medical.

The 20-year-old was voted the Bees' Young Player of the Year after impressing during a loan spell at Underhill this season and boss Lawrie Sanchez has wasted little time in sealing a permanent deal for the youngster.

Oxford have insisted on including a sell-on clause as part of the deal and Deering will complete his move provided he passes a medical.

Sanchez told the Bees' official website: "We are pleased to have Sam on board. We hope he can do with us what he did at the end of last season and become a fans' favourite at Underhill, as he was at Oxford.


"Hopefully we will give him a platform to build his career."

Deering made 14 appearances for Barnet as they successfully battled to avoid relegation, plus two substitute appearances. He scored both goals in a 2-2 draw with champions Chesterfield.

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