Former Sheffield Wednesday loanee Rolando Aarons has recently returned to Newcastle United following an unsuccessful spell with Wycombe Wanderers after the League One outfit confirmed the news on Twitter.
It would not be a surprise if Aarons were to be allowed to leave once again before the transfer window closes and it appears the Sheffield Wednesday faithful would be pleased to see him return if possible.
Indeed, Aarons has reminisced over his time at Sheffield Wednesday since his departure, so perhaps he would be open to returning to Hillsborough.
Would you like to see Rolando Aarons return to SWFC?
Absolutely. Thought he was unlucky with injuries but great work ethic
— Martin Acko (@moscowowls) January 12, 2020
100%!!! He’s exactly what we need. Somebody who can create something consistently
— Scottrodgers1991 (@STR19911) January 12, 2020
— Kayleigh? (@kayleighwild__) January 12, 2020
Yes, does he need a lift.
— Wednesday1962 (@wednesday1962) January 12, 2020
Yes. Would provide competition for those already here and clearly enjoyed his time here. I’d take the chance on him, wouldn’t cost too much you wouldn’t have thought and he’d not need any bedding in time as far as knowing the squad as he’s played with most of them before.
— Tom Taylor-Batty (@TomTB1995) January 12, 2020
Yes! yes! Hell YES!! WAWAW!!!
— Christopher Williams (@chriswilli1975) January 12, 2020
What do we think?
Sheffield Wednesday currently occupy a Championship play-off position and Garry Monk’s side will be keen to ensure they can maintain their level for the remainder of the campaign.
Aarons is a player who knows the club well having already spent some time in Sheffield between January and May of last year, therefore, the club could be tempted to take a gamble on the winger.
Although he’s never been prolific at any of the clubs he’s played for, there is an argument that he’s not stayed anywhere long enough to date to find his rhythm and looked promising during his time at Hillsborough with a return of one goal and one assist in his 10 appearances across all competitions (per TransferMarkt).