Rolando Aarons‘ time on Tyneside will finally come to an end in the “next 24 hours”, with The Telegraph confirming that Huddersfield have agreed a deal to sign the Newcastle United winger.
The forgotten man very nearly joined The Terriers last summer, only for a deadline-day move to collapse back in October.
Several months later, it looks like he’ll finally complete a permanent move away from Newcastle, as The Telegraph’s Mike McGrath reports that his switch to the second tier strugglers will now go through in the coming hours:
With Aarons now 25 and in dire need of a new home after training with our U-23’s, this feels like the ideal move for him at this stage of his career and a deal that makes sense for all parties.
No fee has been reported as of yet, but with him out of contract this summer you’d think the amount is minimal.
He’s never lived up to his potential as of yet, with injuries, inconsistency and off-field issues often impacting his obvious early talent, however we’d like to wish him all the best at Huddersfield.