Last Friday, Berliner Kurier reported Leeds United want to get rid of Brenden Aaronson as quickly as possible and for ‘significantly less money’ in the summer window.

The attacking midfielder spent this season on loan at Union Berlin and they could consider bringing him back to the club.

Bild state a ‘new scenario’ could allow the Bundesliga side to try to take him from Leeds.

Last weekend, the Whites failed to secure a promotion to the Premier League after losing the play-off final against Southampton. This result has consequences for the 23-year-old’s future.

Aaronson joined Leeds from Red Bull Salzburg in 2022 and signed a contract until 2027. The report now states it includes a clause that allows him to go out on loan if the Whites aren’t in the top flight.

‘This could be interesting’ for the German club to sign him again on loan, considering he did well, after overcoming initial difficulties. The American was popular within the dressing room and was happy with his life off the pitch in Köpenick.

Despite the ‘contractual agreement’ that allows the American to go out on loan, Union Berlin have to be ‘aware of the financial difficulty’.

If they were to sign him on loan again, Bild explain Union Berlin have to cover Aaronson’s full salary, which would be difficult, especially without European football.

Aaronson is set to leave Leeds again in the next window and with several clubs interested, he will have options to decide his next destination.