May 26, 2024

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YESSSS’: NORWICH CITY’S MAX AARONS DELIGHTED WITH NEWS COMING OUT OF LEEDS UNITED

Norwich City defender Max Aarons has expressed his delight on Instagram at Charlie Cresswell signing a new contract at Leeds United.

The 20-year-old has penned a new deal until 2027 (LUFC’s official website) after spending the entire campaign of 2022/23 in the Championship with Millwall.

Not many have benefited from Leeds United suffering relegation, but Charlie Cresswell might be one of them because he is already accustomed to the Championship.

Max Aarons Set to Sign New Long-Term Norwich Contract & Reject Premier  League Interest - Sports Illustrated

It will now mean that he will earn more minutes than he would have done if the Whites remained in the Premier League, with the centre-back posting on Instagram ‘four more years’.

Millwall were pushing for a play-off finish for the majority of the previous campaign, before they collapsed during the final week of the season. Cresswell wasn’t part of their capitulation because of an injury, so it just proved how important he was to the team.

Nonetheless, a number of players reacted to Cresswell extending his stay at Leeds, as they posted in the comments section of his IG post.

Sam Greenwood wrote: “Love it, bro,” added with heart emojis, whilst Max Aarons added “Yesss bro,” added with a raised hands emoji.

Leeds aiming to recall Charlie Cresswell from Millwall amid interest in  defender - The Athletic

MK Dons striker Max Dean added: “Love it, Skip,” and Kris Moore called him “The boy.

Leeds’ defence in the Championship

Ethan Ampadu arrived from Chelsea as Daniel Farke’s first new signing and it will be interesting to see who he picks as his first-choice centre-back pairing heading into the Cardiff City game.

Leeds aiming to recall Charlie Cresswell from Millwall amid interest in  defender - The Athletic

The club’s backline was all over the shop last season and a big reason why they dropped. A number of players have left, on loan, but the likes of right-back Luke Ayling and experienced centre-back Liam Cooper are still there.

These players surely can’t be starting when the Championship begins this week, especially those at the heart of the defence, as many will be pressing Cresswell to partner Ampadu.

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