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Jesse Marsch believes he must go; despite the player being announced as returning to Leeds United following his loan.

One of Leeds United’s loan players has had a choice made regarding him.

Last summer, he defected to a European team within twenty-four hours of saving his team from relegation.

The futures of Luis Sinisterra and Robin Koch have been resolved; they will be permanently loaned from Leeds to their respective teams. Koch is a free agent who joins Frankfurt, and Sinisterra is a £20 million player who joins Bournemouth.

Of the eight players that left Elland Road last summer using Victor Orta’s relegation loan option, six are still on Leeds’ books. The 49ers will probably try to offload the final six this summer.

Gladbach want Max Wober, but are unable to match Leeds’ £14.5 million asking price. Diego Llorente is still waiting to hear whether he will join Roma for a cost of £4 million, but Rasmus Kristensen is expected to return.

Marc Roca is also likely to return, while Everton’s sporting director Kevin Thelwell said the club will begin talks with Leeds about a move for Jack Harrison “in the coming weeks”.

That leaves Brenden Aaronson, who started Union’s 2-1 victory over Freiburg at the weekend. Union’s triumph saved them from relegation, but less than 24 hours later, they have announced a choice.

Union Berlin confirms Brenden Aaronson’s return to Leeds.

Aaronson failed at Leeds, recording only one goal and three assists in 40 games, and his performance at Union was similar, with four goals in 38 games. However, he improved in the second half of the season.

The USA playmaker began on Sunday as Union needed a win to avoid relegation and provided an assist for Union to level. After being substituted, Union scored a winner in injury time to stay up.

However, that was insufficient to persuade Union to keep Aaronson, and the £25 million Leeds signing is now set to return to Elland Road, as announced by the German club on Monday via a website post.

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