Newcastle United Ready To Let 22 Y/O Wing-Back On Loan: 3 PL Destinations Including Swansea City

Rafa Benitez has been a busy man this January transfer window. While looking to improve on options in the squad, he is also trying to get rid of some deadwood before the end of the window. The manager is also actively looking for clubs that can take youngsters on loan from Newcastle for the rest of the season and one player now available on the transfer market is youngster Ronaldo Aarons.

The 22-year old has not done enough to warrant a place in the senior side and with the Magpies finally landing Kenedy from Chelsea, Aarons has little place in the team at St James’. And reports today claim that Benitez is ready to listen to offers for the youngster for a move this month. Here are three English clubs, that should look to take him on loan:

Aston Villa:

The Championship outfit have a great chance of promotion this season and Steve Bruce is determined to do what it takes to make sure that they can play in the top tier next season. This has seen Villa actively look for players who can aid their promotion and Aarons is already on their wish-list. He has previously been linked with a move to Villa Park but Aston Villa were not ready to get the deal done but with Rafa putting him up for sale, the Villains should definitely have a go at landing the 22-year old.

Huddersfield Town:

The Terriers are another club that have been linked with a move for the Newcastle United man. David Wagner is doing a tremendous job in his first yet in the English top flight but now needs players with experience and skill to get them through the business end of the season. Though not the best option available in the market, Aarons is a more than decent acquisition and will certainly improve their chances of retaining their top-flight status.

Swansea City:

The Welsh outfit are in serious danger of relegation this season and need all the help they can get to get out of the bottom place in the points table. But their position in the league table will mean that they will not be able to attract top-class talent and might have to settle for loan deals. This is what makes Aarons a superb option for the Swans. With previous experience in the league and enough potential to win games, Aarons will be a cheap option, that can do no harm to their chance of avoiding relegation this season.

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