West Bromwich Albion are having a very important summer as the club need to gather a team that are capable of challenging for Premier League promotion.
The Midlands outfit had a dismal campaign as they finished bottom of the standings in the top flight.
When Darren Moore replaced Alan Pardew, the team had a late flourish, but it was not enough to seal their safety.
A recent report in The Mirror claimed that the club were looking at Newcastle United winger Rolando Aarons.
The 22-year-old developed his game at St James’ Park after joining the club’s academy from Bristol City in 2012.
Since making his debut in 2014, Aarons has struggled to hold down a regular spot in the first team.
Last season, the youngster made four Premier League appearances before making the move to Hellas Verona on loan in January, where he featured in 11 Serie A matches.
We asked you if the Baggies should make a move for Aarons, and a small majority are keen on the idea.