Leeds United’s Brenden Aaronson could return to Union Berlin, after spending this season on loan with them.

That’s according to Berliner Kurier, who say the Whites ‘don’t want’ the 23-year-old back at Elland Road.

The Leeds man managed two goals and two assists from 38 games for the German club and was happy with his life, both on and off the pitch, in Berlin.

Union Berlin and a few other Bundesliga sides are ‘vying’ for the American after Leeds decided to sell him.

Having paid €33m for the attacking midfielder, the Whites are now ready to let him leave for ‘significantly less money’ in the summer window. There’s no mention of the fee requested, but the report says he’s currently valued at €14m.

Union Berlin can’t afford this, unless they raise funds by selling Robin Gosens. It may also be difficult for them to sign him on a new loan deal, considering other Bundesliga sides have ‘expressed their interest’.

A loan move isn’t favoured by the Leeds owned player. Kurier state he’s looking for a permanent exit from Elland Road, to help secure his place in the national team for the next World Cup.

Leeds and Aaronson want to sort out his future ‘as early as possible’, preferably before he goes to the Copa América.