Newcastle United winger posts highlights video ahead of transfer window move

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Rolando Aarons has posted a highlights reel of his time at Newcastle United – ahead of a move away from the club.

The winger saw a deadline day move to the Championship club fall through in October due to late paperwork.

Aarons – who has had a series of loans away from the club after falling out of favour at St James’s Park during Rafa Benitez’s tenure – is expected to join Huddersfield Town in this month’s transfer window.

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The 25-year-old – who joined Newcastle in 2012 after leaving Bristol City – is out of contract at the end of the season. Aarons, keen to resurrect his career after missing out on a place in the club’s 25-man Premier League squad at the start of the campaign, posted a video of his United goals and career highlights on Instagram.

Rolando Aarons.Rolando Aarons.
Rolando Aarons.

Aarons had a loan spell at Sheffield Wednesday, then managed by Steve Bruce, the season before last. However, there was no recall for Aarons – or fellow Wednesday loanee Achraf Lazaar – when Bruce took charge of United in the summer of 2019.

The Bristol-born player – who got involved in a contract dispute at Newcastle after breaking into the first-team squad in 2014 – last played a first-team game for the club just over three years ago.

Aarons is one of a number of players head coach Steve Bruce hopes to move out of United before the end of the month. Lazaar, Christian Atsu and Henri Saivet, also in the final years of their deals, are also available for transfer.

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