Jayden Braaf will be leaving Borussia Dortmund on a permanent transfer after Hellas Verona decided to trigger the purchase clause in his contract.
Jayden Braaf’s short-lived stint at Borussia Dortmund is coming to an end, with Hellas Verona set to sign him on a permanent transfer. According to multiple reports in Italy, the Serie A side have decided to trigger the option to sign him permanently at the end of his loan spell. The Black and Yellows will receive a fee in the region of one million euros for Braaf’s sale.
Borussia Dortmund signed Jayden Braaf on a free transfer last summer, with the talented winger putting pen to paper on a three year deal after his contract with Manchester City expired. But it quickly became apparent that he would not be a part of the club’s plans going forward.
Braaf never featured for the first-team and made a total of seven appearances for the Borussia Dortmund U-23s in the 3. Liga, but failed to make any real impact on the pitch. His lack of discipline off the pitch also frustrated the BVB bosses, and he was fined by the club on a number of occasions.
The 20 year old was then loaned out to Hellas Verona in January and made a total of six appearances for the Italian side in the recently concluded season. Hellas Verona have now decided to make Braaf’s signing permanent. And after a number of setbacks, he will now hope to resurrect his career in the Serie A next season.