Date: 30th October 2015 at 6:01pm
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Martin Allen, earlier in the week when speaking to the Times-Series, confirmed Danny Galbraith isn’t getting a deal with Barnet at this stage whereas Mauro Vilhete and Ben Tomlinson were free to leave the hive.

Tomlinson has since made another loan exit, more on that shortly….

Vilhete has apparently had plenty of interest shown in him with a loan approach made from Boreham Wood, who currently have former Barnet players Charlie MacDonald, Conor Clifford and David Stephens playing for them, with Bees boss Allen saying, when talking after a Development Team winning on Tuesday.

‘Nothing has happened at the moment. But there has been a number of enquires for Ben Tomlinson and Mauro Vilhete. But, as yet, no offers.’

Vilhete has, earlier today, now completed that loan move – this will be covered shortly.

Galbraith, a former Man United youngster who has also played for Hibernian and most recently Gillingham, has been training with Barnet in the hope of getting a deal with the Bees.

However, Allen confirmed he’s not with the club any longer and has now moved on as no deal can be done at this time.

‘We can’t take him at the moment. He’s a left-sided player – not a winger – but at the moment we’re not able to take him.’

Tomlinson’s latest loan exit will see the summer signing from Lincoln, who has already been loaned out to Grimsby for a month this season, spend the next three-months with Tranmere.

A move Allen; quoted by the Times-Series but talking on the Official Website, confirmed.

‘Young Ben we’ve just agreed a deal for him to go up to Tranmere Rovers for three months on loan.

‘Ben has been back training with us but he wants to play. He`s full of energy, is a very positive character and I`m delighted for him to get a chance to go to such a great club as Tranmere. So Ben is leaving us today.’

It was also announced that, somewhat surprisingly having made 12 appearances, Gavin Hoyte is also free to leave the Hive as he’s been made available for loan as well with Allen happy he has enough cover in the shape of Brentford loanee Josh Clarke and youngster Hakeem Odofin.

‘He’s done a tidy job since he’s been here but I needed to change things.

‘He’s a good lad, a really good person, a good trainer, has a great attitude and a good professional but I feel like we need something different and need something else and I’ve got a good young player coming through.’

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