Promising Barnsley FC loanee is York City's first signing under new management

York City have made 20-year-old Barnsley striker Aiden Marsh their first signing under new manager Neal Ardley.

Marsh has joined on a month's youth loan and could be in contention to feature this weekend for their Conference trip to Woking.

Although the transfer window is closed for league clubs, non-league sides are still able to make loan signings.

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Marsh, who signed a contract extension for this season, has featured three times in League One for the Reds in 2023-24 and has scored in both his cup appearances, in the League Cup and Football League Trophy.

Earlier in his career he impressed enough to be called into an England under-17s training camp.

In total he has made 16 appearances for his hometown club.

Marsh has a loan spell at Scunthorpe United – then also in the Conference – last term, only for a broken foot to cut it short three games in.

He is the second player to leave Barnsley on loan in the day after striker Aaron Iseka Leya made a temporary move to Israel.

The Minstermen are in the Conference relegation zone but took four points from Ardley's first two matches until defeat at managerless Oldham Athletic at the weekend.