Leeds United winger Jack Harrison has become subject to late January transfer interest, and the club have less than 48 hours to decide on his future.
The Whites are looking at a surprisingly busy end to the January window as shock interest emerges in a handful of Jesse Marsch’s squad.
Jack Harrison’s future is up in the air as his contract entered the final 18 months at the start of 2023, and clubs have registered their interest in signing him.
Here, we look at everything we know so far as we enter the final two days of the transfer window, with Harrison potentially facing an exit from Elland Road…
What has been reported?
Interest has come from both Newcastle United and Leicester City this week, with the two clubs in the market for a new winger.
However, the Magpies are unlikely to still be in the running after sealing a deal to bring in Anthony Gordon last week.
Leicester have brought in Tetê on loan to add to their attacking department, but a bid has been revealed to be lodged for Harrison from the King Power Stadium.
How much is on the table?
David Ornstein reported that the winger was subject to a £20million offer from the Foxes for Harrison, with Leeds unsure whether to cash in:
Should Leeds sell Harrison?
Has Marsch spoken about it?
Marsch has commented twice on Harrison’s future, first in the build up to the trip to Accrington Stanley, and then immediately after the game as the winger’s stunning opener set Leeds on the path to winning 3-1.
He stated (via the YEP):
“Listen, all I’ll say is, I really like Jack, first as a person. He’s one of the most incredible people I’ve ever coached.
“We like him here. We want to keep him. He’s performing really well. I think getting him fit and healthy has been a big key. He’s got flexibility in the way he plays. And I was just happy for him with all the things that are circulating that he was so clear, and sharp and good on the day. So that was the biggest reason for the hug.”