Reading's England U19 international Aaron Kuhl is on his way to Mallorca ahead of a potential loan move. Real Club Deportivo Mallorca currently play in the Spanish second tier and are managed by Albert Ferrer who will likely know Reading manager Steve Clarke as both former right-backs played for Chelsea in the 1990s.
On one of these again ✈️ pic.twitter.com/UEROjTHrFM— Aaron Kuhl (@Aaron_Kuhl) July 29, 2015
According to Get Reading reporter Charles Watts, Kuhl is jetting over for Mallorca to have a look at him and, equally important, for the young midfielder to decide whether he fancies swapping cold rainy Berkshire for sunny Mallorca. We at The Tilehurst End don't think he has much of a decision to make!
Mallorca will take a look at him, he will see if it's something he wants, then things will go from there. #readingfc— Charles Watts (@charles_watts) July 29, 2015
It certainly looks like it's started well for the central midfielder who chatted to TTE last month about his ambitions and experiences at Reading.
1st session down lovely and hot ⚽️— Aaron Kuhl (@Aaron_Kuhl) July 29, 2015
We will no doubt find out in the next week whether this move materialises. If it is does then it will be an exciting move for Kuhl and one that more young English players should make. He will (hopefully) get the chance of regular first team action at a level equivalent to the Championship whilst experiencing a new culture both on and off the pitch.