Aarons aim­ing to im­press on his Czech loan

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ROLANDO Aarons has vowed to let his foot­ball do the talk­ing dur­ing his loan stint with Slo­van Liberec.

The speedy winger joined the Czech out­fit last week on loan un­til the end of De­cem­ber but it re­mains to be seen if he makes his de­but this week­end against Dukla Prague.

Rafa Ben­itez opted to leave him out of his 25-man squad for the Pre­mier League sea­son but is set to keep an eye on his per­for­mances in east­ern Europe.

Aarons said: “I hate talk­ing too much and I pre­fer when my per­for­mances to speak for me.

“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!

“What can they ex­pect from me? I am a fast player. I can play the wing on both sides, but also through the mid­dle.

“Of course I like to score goals, but I like to give as­sists too. I am try­ing to be help­ful to the team.”

Aarons, who spent last sea­son play­ing in Serie A for Hel­las Verona, is now set­tling into a new city in the Czech Republic.

He added: “I did not have much in­for­ma­tion about Czech foot­ball but I came here to look with my agent last week and he as­sured me there are good con­di­tions for foot­ball here.

“Slo­van have an in­ter­est­ing sta­dium and Liberec is a nice city.”

Slo­van Liberec boss Zsolt Hornyák is also keen to make the most of what has been deemed an un­ex­pected ar­rival from the Pre­mier League.

Af­ter hand­ing Aarons the num­ber 26 shirt, he said: “We want to make use of his qual­i­ties and ex­pe­ri­ence from the Pre­mier League.

“I be­lieve he will adapt quickly and will be avail­able as soon as pos­si­ble.

“I hope he will help our of­fen­sive united but he will def­i­nitely get his shot in the first team with us.”

Should Aarons miss out this week­end against Dukla Prague, Slo­van’s next game is away to Sparta Prague in one of the big­gest games of the sea­son.


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