Although Brenden Aaronson is still a Leeds United player, it’s possible that he won’t ever take the field for the Whites again.
According to journalist Dean Jones, he just can’t see the 22-year-old returning to Leeds United at the end of his loan stay this season. Jones made this allegation on GiveMeSport.
Brenden Aaronson might not ever play for Leeds United again, according to a journalist
Brenden Aaronson was acquired by Leeds United from RB Salzburg in May of last year, when Jesse Marsch was still the manager at Elland Road.
The two were quite familiar with one another from their previous work together, and Aaronson made an impression in his first few games for Leeds.
The Whites were ultimately regrettably demoted because the American, like many of his teammates, fell short of expectations as the season progressed.
Aaronson signed a loan deal with Bundesliga club Union Berlin in the summer, and Jones now says it’s doubtful that he will return to Leeds.
It’s quite difficult to predict how Aaronson will restart his career, especially at Leeds, he remarked. Personally, I don’t believe his Leeds career can be saved. I believe it was a decision that damaged him.
You want a player who is pressing hard, playing at a high tempo, and being creative. “He definitely is still capable of those things, but the problem is even now, when he’s going away on international duty with the United States, they’re not even in a good place right now. “There are various factors and reasons for that, but his form has fallen away completely.
They were severely impacted by Leeds United’s relegation.
A handful of their important players have already departed on permanent contracts, and it’s unlikely that guys like Aaronson, who left on loan, will return.
The only way things would change is if Leeds has a tremendous season in the Championship and makes a really strong comeback to the Premier League.
However, with just one victory in five Championship games, things do not seem promising.