Leeds’ loaned-out group are not likely to be welcomed back to Elland Road at any point soon, given their eagerness to jump ship after relegation.
Jack Harrison left in August for Everton on loan, and while his output has been solid in the top flight yet again, his form hasn’t been great.
Jack Harrison transfer update emerges
Football Insider reported on Sunday that Harrison is going to have plenty of interest after this season is up away from Goodison Park, given the Toffees’ current plight on and off the pitch.
Everton are teetering precariously over the relegation zone as things stand following a previous 10-point deduction and another looming after a second charge, while being financially stricken – leading to the sporting charges in question.
Leeds are said to be willing to let the winger leave in the summer where offers are likely to be tabled for the 27-year-old.
Where will Leeds finish in 23/24?
Outside the playoffs
“Multiple” PL and European clubs want Harrison
The report also comments that while Everton see Harrison as a key player, he has suitors from elsewhere in the Premier League and across Europe.
Leeds signed Harrison for £11million permanently back in the summer of 2021, and could be looking at a cool profit on that fee after tying him down to a long-term contract prior to relegation.
Harrison could be joining Sinisterra in leaving permanently
Sinisterra has already left for £20million to Bournemouth and he won’t be the last to leave the club on permanent terms soon.
Harrison should be another than brings Leeds a decent amount, hopefully around the same after claims of a release clause standing at £20million too.
I wouldn’t be wanting Harrison back in the summer as he never showed the sort of consistent form that Crysencio Summerville is showing right now – we’re well covered on the left.