Newcastle United winger Rolando Aarons is currently in negotiations with Hull City over a loan move for the remainder of the season. According to reliable reports in the English press, the Magpies winger is edging closer to a move to Yorkshire on a temporary basis until the end of the current campaign. The 22-year-old has found his opportunities limited at Tyneside this season due to an injury and has fallen down the pecking order at St James’ Park.
The Kingston born player has great pace, can dribble with the ball and put in some good crosses into the box, which Hull City could make good use of in the fight to save themselves from a possible relegation to League One at the end of the season. Aarons has made 9 appearances for the Magpies this term, scoring 2 goals while making one assist in all competitions. The lack of first-team opportunities might have hampered his development with the player eager to return to playing football on a regular basis.
The left-footed winger is highly versatile and can operate on either wing or as a forward, which makes him an ideal asset for the Tigers in their battle to save themselves going into the second half of their campaign. His acquisition will definitely bolster Hull boss Nigel Adkins’ attacking options at the KCOM Stadium for the remainder of their campaign.
Newcastle United are currently sitting in 15th place in the Premier League table with a tally of 23 points after Gameweek 24. The Tyneside outfit are just a point above the drop zone and are in real danger of suffering the agony of being relegated to the Skybet Championship at the end of the current season. Rafael Benitez needs to start picking up results soon if the Magpies are to survive the drop this term. The departure of Aarons could leave them a bit vulnerable with regards to squad depth with matches coming thick and fast in the near future.
Aarons has also represented his nation at the youth level playing 5 matches for England Under 20 side and scoring two goals in the process. At 22, he still has his peak years ahead of him, which the Tyneside club could look to make use of in the new few seasons. For now, a loan move to Hull makes sense for all parties as the player will finally get the platform to develop his game and come back as a better player in the summer.
It remains to be seen what lies ahead in the future of Aarons and whether he can save the Tigers from the agony of relegation this term.
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