Thursday, 31 December 2015

BREAKING NEWS: Arsenal Set to Terminate Star's Contract Tomorrow


Arsenal Football Club of London have cut short the deal of one of their players and he is now set to leave his temporary employers in the next few days.

Arsenal have agreed that the loan spell of Isaac Hayden at Hull City be cut short. He is set to return to the Gunners after New Year as he is not getting the required playtime for his development.

The midfielder who is now 20 signed a season-long loan deal with Hull back in July but since then, he has only managed to make six starts and seeing this as a blow to his career progress, his original employers have decided to recall him, maybe to be re-loaned to a team where he will be able to play regularly.

Hayden who has been the captain of the Arsenal U21 side in past years will say goodbye to Hull as soon as they finish their game with Queens Park Rangers tomorrow.

Speaking on the development in an interview with the Daily Mail, Hull manager, Steve Bruce said: “Isaac wants to play and I haven’t been able to play him enough.

“The form of [David] Meyler and [Jake] Livermore has been excellent so he’s found himself restricted.

“I’m disappointed and sad that we’re losing him because I do believe he could have played a big part in the second half of the season but he wants to play now.

“I can’t give him that. He goes back with our best wishes. It hasn’t really worked out for him because of other players in form.

“When we signed Isaac I was expecting to be without Livermore and he’s similar in the way he plays. Jake coming back into the fold has limited his opportunities.”

I think the move to recall Hayden is a justified one. The essence of loaning out players is to enable them develop, and this can only be achieved when they get a fair share of playtime. In Hayden's case, he isn't getting that so why remain there?
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