, Leeds United expected to sell 2022 signing this summer

Leeds United expected to sell 2022 signing this summer

Leeds United winger Brenden Aaronson looks to have played his last game for the club. The Whites are now set to listen to offers for the player this summer, according to Football Insider.

Leeds United look on course to secure promotion back to the Premier League at the first time of asking. They sit in 3rd place in the table as things stand.

Their main objective will be to finish strongly and achieve a place in the top two. But they could already be drawing up plans for next season.

Whether they secure promotion or not, there are likely to be plenty of incomings and outgoings at Elland Road. One which fits into the latter category is Aaronson.

The 23-year-old is currently out on loan at Union Berlin in Germany. Since making the switch he has played 20 times, scoring once and failing to register an assist.

Now according to Football Insider, he has played his last game for parent club Leeds United. The report states that he will likely leave on a permanent deal or another loan in the summer, but will be put up for sale.

Leeds United need to cut their losses

Aaronson failed to impress during his time in the Premier League with Leeds United last season. He has also been under par during his loan move in Germany.

He reportedly joined the Whites for a fee believed to be £24.7m. If they are to put him up for sale this summer, they will likely want to recoup or most, if not all of the figure paid to Red Bull Salzburg in 2022.

However, given the majority of his less than satisfactory performances for both Leeds United and loan club Union Berlin, they may have to cut their losses and accept a bid under what they paid previously.

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