Barnsley Football Club have agreed to sell striker Miguel Mostto to Peruvian side (possibly sponsored by a toothpaste manufacturer) Total Clean Futbol for an undisclosed fee.

Miguel signed for the Reds in the summer of 2007 from Cienciano but failed to find his feet in the first team on a regular basis. After a brief loan spell home to Coronel Bolognesi last season, Miguel came back to Oakwell to fight for his place in the side.

Miguel was also hit hard when his son fell ill earlier in the year and was allowed compassionate leave for a week.

The Peruvian, who turns thirty on Sunday, made only twenty-seven appearances for the Tykes netting two goals.

One of his goals this season came against Watford and the front-man dedicated that strike to injured colleague Iain Hume, by gesturing a number seven with his hands to the Oakwell crowd.

Reds manager Simon Davey told the club`s official website:

"We are disappointed to see Miguel leave the Club but sometimes you have to do things which are in the best interests of the player and he needs to be back with his family."

I'm sure all fans wish Miguel all the best for the rest of his career.
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