According to reports, Isaac Hayden’s contract allows him to train at his parent club again in January.
The midfield player from Newcastle is presently on loan at Standard Liege in Belgium, although he hasn’t been able to play as much as he had hoped.
At first, the 28-year-old supported the transfer in order to play more football, since he wasn’t sure he would be in Eddie Howe’s starting lineup.
But he’s apparently not content, and he’s still staying in a hotel, according to Sacha Tavolieri via Sport Witness.
According to the source, there exists a high likelihood that he might make a comeback in January because of a clause in his contract that permits him to “return and train with Newcastle.”
There won’t be many minutes at the club as Howe’s team will be out of the Carabao Cup and utterly out of Europe following their Tuesday night loss to Chelsea.
Hayden’s contract with Newcastle is good until 2026, but he hasn’t been able to establish himself there. He also spent the previous season on loan at Norwich in the Championship.