Leeds United’s failure to secure promotion to the Premier League in the first year after being relegated has caused the club multiple transfer issues this summer.

Now only are finances at the Whites obviously a lot tighter than they would have otherwise been, clauses in contracts have meant some players have power regarding another loan away from the club this summer.

Brenden Aaronson has returned from FC Union, but that’s not entirely down to him after he continually struggled during his loan at the German club.

Elsewhere in the Bundesliga, Maximilian Wöber was at Borussia Monchengladbach, and they’d like him to stay. However, there’s a problem in their way.

Bild report Gladbach want to retain the Leeds United owned player, but ‘the English are demanding €15m’.

Presumably, the 26-year-old isn’t one of the players who had a clause securing a further year of loan if the Whites failed to escape the Championship.

Gladbach are keen, although it doesn’t appear they’re keen to do business at that price.