Newcastle United have managed to end the uncertainty surrounding one of their player’s future at the club by offloading him.
The winger is understood to have joined up with the Czech Republic outfit on a six-month deal as he looks to get regular first-team football.
Liberec currently play in the top-flight of Czech football and sit eight in the league, become just the latest side to complete a temporary deal for the 22-year-old.
Aarons has struggled to make an impact during his time at Newcastle and was told that he would not be a part of Rafa Benitez’s plans, which was confirmed after he was omitted from their squad list for the Premier League.
He spent time on loan in Italy last season, with a spell at Hellas Verona, however, he will be hoping his latest move will prove to be more successful.
Aarons will be delighted to have finally got a loan move away from St. James’ Park this summer, after it appeared possible moves had previously collapsed.
The winger looked destined for reserve team football this season following his omission from Benitez’s list, however, he will now be looking to impress in the Czech league.
Having made his debut for the Magpies back in 2014, he has only managed to make 27 appearances in total for the club, having netted four times, and will be looking to get his career back on track.
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