Barnet have sold defender Anthony Acheampong to Ebbsfleet United just seven months after he first joined the club.
The giant centre-back joined from Welling in the summer with having been named in the Skrill South team of the year and receiving a call-up to Paul Fairclough's England C squad after helping The Wings to promotion to the Skrill Premier.
However, he struggled to adjust to the fifth tier of English football and The Bees' expansive passing style, with him eventually being replaced by Jack Saville as David Stephens' regular centre-back partner.
During his time at the club, the 23-year-old made 21 appearances for the club, scoring one goal in the televised clash against Wrexham.
Acheampong is the third player to have left Barnet in the last few days, with George Sykes and Jon Nurse having joined Farnborough on a one-month loan.
The pair made their debuts for the Skrill South side against Dorchester on Saturday, with Nurse bagging a goal in their 3-2 victory.