but injury blow means Barnett won't be going out
Manager Darren Ferguson revealed today (December 13) that loan star Dwight Gayle is air jordan 3.5 set to become a permanent Peterborough United player in the January transfer window.
The pint sized frontman has been mightily impressive since arriving on loan from League Two club Dagenham Redbridge last month.
Gayle has scored three times in his first two starting appearances for Posh, including a brace in a 3 2 defeat against promotion chasing Middlesbrough at London Road last Saturday.
When asked whether or not a permanent deal could be thrashed out for Gayle next month, Ferguson said: "I think Dwight is our player from January.
"I understand an agreement has been struck. There is a possibility he may have to go back briefly, but I believe he'll be here.
"He has done fantastically well since coming in on loan."
But Posh's hopes of selling transfer listed striker Tyrone Barnett next month have been scuppered by a serious injury blow.
Barnett suffered damage to his posterior knee ligament when playing for loan club Ipswich in a friendly match against the Nike Academy yesterday (December 12).
The million pound frontman's temporary stay with the Tractor Boys has been cut short and he now faces a three month recovery.
Ferguson added: "It's a bad situation because Tyrone is out on loan for a reason.
"We would have been happy to sell him and would probably have got good money for him. I spoke to Mick McCarthy on Tuesday and he was fairly happy with how Tyrone had been doing at Ipswich.
"It is obviously disappointing for everyone concerned ourselves, Ipswich and Tyrone.
"Hopefully it won't affect our ability to sign the players we have nike shox oz identified, but myself and the chairman will speak about that in the next few weeks."
Nat Mendez Laing, another player transfer listed along with Barnett for breaching club discipline, has extended his loan spell at League One side Portsmouth by another month.
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