Barnet FC is delighted to announce the signing of Luke Freeman.
The winger joins The Bees after leaving Premier League side Luton Town in the summer. Freeman has made over 350 EFL appearances and 11 Premier League appearances throughout his career.
Having come through the Gillingham’s academy, Freeman signed for Arsenal in 2008. He would spend four years with The Gunners before joining Stevenage.
Freeman spent three seasons with Stevenage in League One playing over 120 games and scoring 17 goals. In 2014 he would join Bristol City and play a crucial role in their League One and Football League Trophy winning campaign. After 121 appearances for The Robins he would then move to QPR where he would spend two and half seasons.
In 2019 Freeman would join Premier League side Sheffield United and feature in 11 Premier League games in the 2019/20 season. Loans at Nottingham Forest and Millwall would follow before moving to Luton Town. The 31-year-old would play his part in The Hatters historic promotion to the Premier League.
Freeman will wear the number 12 shirt for The Bees.
Welcome to Barnet, Luke!
The deal is subject to the usual FA and League clearances.