Newcastle United youngster Rolando Aarons has joined Czech club FC Slovan Liberec on a six-month loan contract.
With the World Cup just around the corner, there is not much time left for Europe's sides to wrap up their seasons. With most of it already known, there are still six places to be fought for in a race to qualify for next season's Champions League.
'Sky Sports' claims that Newcastle's loanee goalkeeper Martin Dubravka will become the club's first permanent signing of the summer when the transfer window reopens.
Martin Dubravka has been in outstanding form for Newcastle since he signed for the club on loan in Januray from Sparta Prague, and he has now told the Czech side that he wants to make the move to the north east of England permanent.
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After Kevin Trapp opted to stay at Paris Saint-Germain, Newcastle United have turned their attentions to Sparta Prague goalkeeper Martin Dubravka.
Togo international Francis Kone isn't the best known player in world football, but he has certainly had a huge impact on the lives of fellow professionals.