The Philadelphia Union and German club Eintracht Frankfurt have reached an agreement for the transfer of union midfielder Pakten Aaronsson, sources familiar with the deal have confirmed. athletic on friday. Tom Bogart of MLSsoccer.com Be the first to report the news of the agreement.
- Sources have confirmed that the deal is worth around $4 million and includes add-ons and a portion of future sales.
- 19-year-old Aaronson is the younger brother of Leeds United midfielder Brenden Aaronson on the US Men’s National Team and has played for the US U20 team, winning the Golden Ball in the CONCACAF U20 Championship.
- Aaronson is expected to undergo a medical evaluation and the club will finalize his deal next week.
Aaronson signed his own contract with Union in August 2020, effective January 2021. Since then, he’s appeared in his 37 games in Philadelphia, heading into his MLS Cup final against LAFC on Saturday. He has scored his four goals for Union over the past two seasons. Sources said Salzburg was another club interested in Aaronsson, but Frankfurt emerged as the most suitable club.
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