Michael Jolley has added some extra creativity to his squad with the arrival of exciting young winger Dan Bramall on loan from Barnsley until the end of May.
The pacey wide man has previously been part of Everton’s Academy, having been on the books at Goodison Park since he was 13, after joining The Toffees from Chesterfield.
Bramall turned professional at Everton in 2017 and continued to play for the club’s development teams before being released in 2019 and spending time in non-league with Matlock Town and Buxton.
However, his electrifying acceleration and dribbling skills soon caught the eye, and he was snapped up by Barnsley in September and became part of the Under-23 set-up at Oakwell where he is highly rated by the hierachy.
Comfortable as an out and out winger, a wing-back or even as a striker, the versatile Bramall has made a real impact in the Professional Development League during 2020/21, firing five goals in four games at the start of the season.
That form saw him drafted in to the First Team training set-up by Barnsley boss Valerien Ismael, who has now given the green light for the flying winger to get some more senior experience on loan with The Bluebirds.
The 22-year-old prospect becomes Jolley’s second signing since being appointed as Barrow boss following the arrival of Neal Eardley on loan from Burton Albion last week.