Burnley midfielder Mace Goodridge has agreed a loan move to Barrow, Football Insider understands.

The 21-year-old is yet to make his senior debut for the Clarets.

A recruitment source has told Football Insider he is now set to join League Two side Barrow until the end of the season.

He was named on the bench for 10 Premier League games last season and has been amongst the substitutes twice this term.

Goodridge moved to Burnley from Newcastle United in the summer of 2018 after also enjoying a spell with the Manchester City academy.

The young midfielder suffered a serious knee injury at the beginning of the last campaign but earned praise from Sean Dyche for his recovery after he earned a first-team call-up.

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After five appearances for Burnley Under-23s in Premier League Two, the Englishman is now set to continue his development with League Two new boys Barrow.

The north-west outfit are fighting for the lives at the bottom of the EFL and are just two points above the relegation places.

However, they have two games in hand over Grimsby Town who occupy the final relegation place.

Barrow suffered a blow earlier today when on-loan midfielder Harrison Biggins was recalled by his parent club Fleetwood Town.

The 24-year-old had been a key player for the Bluebirds and had scored twice in 26 games across all competitions for the club this season.

In other news, Everton have had a Joshua King bid accepted and are now in talks over personal terms.