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Jaden Brown

Born: 24 January 1999 (London, England)

Jaden Brown

Jaden Brown is a defensively-solid left-back who can also get forward effectively.

A high point in his 2017-18 season arrived in November, 2017, when he scored a fine goal in our 3-1 win over Borussia Dortmund Under-19s in Germany during an excellent run in the UEFA Youth League. He played four times in that competition overall during that season while featuring 17 times for the Under-23s in the Premier League 2.

Born and raised in Lewisham, Jaden was a student at Harris Academy. Comfortable on the left side of a back four, he can also fill in at centre-half when required.

He started seven games for our Under-18s in 2014-15, his debut coming in a 3-0 win at Brighton in January, 2015, while he also featured in our squad which won the South Korea Cup.

He made 19 league appearances for our Under-18s in 2015-16, some of them as captain, and scored in a 2-1 home win over West Ham in November, 2015. He also started both of our games in the FA Youth Cup during that campaign.

He scored once in 14 appearances in the Under-18 Premier League in 2016-17, in addition to hitting the target against Stevenage in round three of our run to the FA Youth Cup semi-finals, which saw him make two substitute appearances.

He played twice in the UEFA Youth League and stepped up to make six appearances in the Premier League 2, scoring twice. He also scored in the final against Toluca as our Under-18s lifted the IMG Cup in Florida in December, 2016, and returned to the States as part of our first team squad for our 2017 pre-season tour.

At international level, he was part of the England Under-16s squad that won the Montaigu Tournament in April, 2015, and has also been capped at Under-17 and Under-18 levels.