Aaron Rowe and Romoney Crichlow extend their Huddersfield Town stays
- Two Huddersfield Town players sign new contracts
- Aaron Rowe and Romoney Crichlow agree extended stays
- Comments from Head of Football Operations Leigh Bromby
Aaron Rowe and Romoney Crichlow have signed new contracts with Huddersfield Town!
The pair put pen-to-paper on new deals at Canalside on Thursday afternoon, extending their stays at the Club.
Aaron has agreed a long-term contract that runs until the summer of 2024, whilst Romoney’s new deal runs until the summer of 2023. The Club has the option to extend both contracts by a further season.
Rowe, 20, enjoyed a breakthrough year in 2020/21. Having joined the Academy from Leyton Orient after a successful trial in 2018, he progressed through the age groups before making his debut in a Premier League game against AFC Bournemouth in March 2019.
He came into last season with just three First Team appearances for the Terriers but went on to play a significant role under Carlos Corberán, finishing the 2020/21 campaign with another 22 games under his belt. Playing a combination of full back, wing back and on the wing, he also scored twice, with his first Championship goal helping to secure an important 2-0 win at Nottingham Forest in April.
Crichlow, 22, made his first senior appearances for Town last season, playing a total of six games across the Sky Bet Championship, the Emirates FA Cup, and the Carabao Cup. The centre back also scored his first Town goal, opening the scoring in the FA Cup tie against Plymouth Argyle in January.
Huddersfield Town’s Head of Football Operations Leigh Bromby commented:
“We’re really pleased to have both Aaron and Romoney extend their stays with the Club today.
“Aaron showed last season that he can play at Sky Bet Championship level and made significant strides forward in becoming a member of our First Team squad. We see him as a player who can really establish himself at this Club, and that’s why we’ve invested in him in this long-term contract.
“Romoney also made big strides forward last season and contributed at First Team level. We believe he’s at the stage where playing regularly is important, and we’re working hard to identify a loan move that is right for him so he can continue his development.”