Dale Jennings has had his contract with Barnsley dissolved

The 22 year old English winger Dale Jennings saw his contract being abolished with Barnsley after having spent a little over 2 years with the English club. Jennings made his move from the reserve team of Bayern Munich as he performed in Bayern Munich II for 2 years before signing a contract with Barnsley.

€250,000 was the price tag that Barnsley had to pay in order to secure his services and during this 2 year time which he spent with the English club; Jenningsmanaged to score 12 goals in 86 appearances.

Barnsley is trying to get out of the English League One and in order to accomplish this; some players have had to be cut down and offloaded, one of these players was Dale Jennings. Leroy Lita and Martin Craine are a few of the other players who have been sold as they just couldn’t fit the bill and were deemed as surplus to the club.

MK Dons is a club where Dale Jennings spent almost 3 months playing with as he signed a loan deal with the English club on November of 2013 which lasted until January of 2014 but rumors have been emerging linking Jennings with making a return to MK Dons as the club was promoted to the English Championship League and are in search for reinforcements in order to avoid being relegated in what is a new league for them and Dale Jennings is being viewed as a possible summer signing.

Leroy Lita, Martin Craine and Dale Jennings are just a few of the players that have been sold but a few more are expected to be offloaded as the manager, Lee Johnson was to create space for the players in his watch-list including Marley Watkins who was signed earlier on June 5 of the ongoing year.