Chris Sutton wrote in the Daily Mail that Brendan Aaronson could prove to be a top player for Jesse Marsh’s Leeds United.

The former Chelsea striker was impressed by what he saw of the 21-year-old’s summer transfer deal with Aaronson.

The US international, who can act as an attacking midfielder or as a winger, moved to Leeds from RB Salzburg in the summer transfer window.

Chris Sutton on Brendan Aaronson from Leeds United

Describing the American as a key player at Leeds, Sutton wrote in the Daily Mail: “With Phillips and Ravenha losing, Leeds need someone to foot the bill for star man and USA forward Aaronson – £25m from Salzburg – who has the skill and flair to change the rules of the game. the game “.

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A big player

From our point of view, Brendan Aaronson will be a big player at Leeds United in the summer transfer window.

The American arrived at Elland Road with a good reputation, and was expected to hit the ground running.

Aaronson has worked with Leeds boss Jesse Marsh before, so you would expect the young man to understand how the US president works and know his system perfectly.

Leeds will be looking to do much better than they did last season and it will be interesting to see how they do under Marsh in their first full campaign under him.

Leeds’ opening Premier League game of the season will be against Wolverhampton Wanderers at Island Road on Saturday.

In other news, £42m star backed to shine if he joins Liverpool, exit ‘a matter of time’

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