A Newcastle United outcast is keen to let his football on the pitch do all the talking as he looks to make the most of his latest opportunity.
The winger, who is out of favour at St. James’ Park, made a surprise move to the Czech Republic outfit on a deal that will run until December.
However, despite having such a short time with the team, Aarons is keen to make an impact and be as helpful as possible.
“I hate talking too much and I prefer when my performances speak for me,” he told the Newcastle Chronicle.
“I hope to help Slovan Liberec.
“I need mainly game practice now, so I am grateful for the chance to play for Slovan for the first half of the season.
“I look forward to a new experience!”
Aarons has found it difficult to make an impression under Rafa Benitez at Newcastle, however, this could be his chance to give his manager something to think about.
The winger, who spent last season out on loan in Italy with Hellas Verona, was omitted from the Spaniard’s 25-man squad list for the Premier League, however, it is understood that a close eye will be kept on his progress.
At just 22-years-old, Aarons still has plenty of time on his side and he will be looking to make his performances in the Czech Republic do all the talking for him.
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