Leeds United midfielder Brenden Aaronson’s troubles are set to continue as he’s being summoned to England to appear in court.

That’s according to BILD, who say as things are ‘not going well’ on loan at Union Berlin, there are now problems off the pitch for the American.

The newspaper explains that Aaronson has been summoned back to England from Germany to appear in court over driving offences.

The Leeds man is accused of two offences he is said to have committed during his time at Elland Road. The first is a charge of driving 30km/h too fast and the second is for allegedly refusing to show his driving license. His trial is set to take place on January 3rd at Harrogate Magistrates’ Court.

It’s the latest low point for the midfielder, who is having a difficult spell. He joined Leeds last season but was unable to make much of impact as they were eventually relegated to the Championship.

He left in the summer and joined Union Berlin on loan but has barely made an impact at the German club, with various reports explaining he’s largely been a transfer flop.

He’s now set for a short return to England to appear in court.