Read Up “Union Berlin loaned Leeds midfielder Brenden Aaronson.” The 22-year-old United States international played for Leeds in the Premier League during the previous campaign after moving to the club from Red Bull Salzburg in the previous summer for a fee that was close to £25 million.
Brenden Aaronson, a midfielder for Leeds United, has joined Union Berlin on loan until the end of the 2023/24 season, according to a statement released by Leeds.
We want to use this opportunity to send our best wishes to Brenden throughout his tenure at the Stadion An der Alten Forsterei.
After playing for Leeds in the Premier League the previous year, Aaronsen became the third player from that team to go on a season-long loan after the club was demoted to the Championship. Aaronsen played for Leeds in a total of 40 games across all competitions and scored one goal for the club.
Earlier this week, both Diego Llorente and fellow defender Robin Koch signed contracts to join their new teams, Roma and Eintracht Frankfurt, respectively.
Since their three-year spell in the top flight of English soccer was terminated in May, Leeds have hired Daniel Farke, formerly the manager of Norwich, to serve as their head coach.
The second offer from Bayern Munich for star striker Harry Kane is anticipated to be rejected by Tottenham.
The champions of the Bundesliga made an opening bid that was worth £60 million plus add-ons, but it was rejected.
They have now come back with a revised second suggestion, which is an improvement on the first one, as Thomas Tuchel feverishly seeks for ways to strengthen his offensive.
However, it is claimed that Daniel Levy, the chairman of Spurs, is hesitant to enable Kane to leave north London during this summer.
Kane’s current deal has only one year left on it, and it is currently unknown whether or not he will consent to renegotiating the terms of the deal.