According to The Mirror, Leeds United will sign Manchester City winger Jack Harrison on July 1st for a deal worth between £10million and £15million.
It’s claimed that Leeds are in talks to finally turn the move permanent having first signed Harrison on loan from City in 2018.
Harrison has now been on loan at Leeds for three years, and he will become a full-time player at Elland Road in a matter of weeks.
Marcelo Bielsa allegedly feels that Harrison is a ‘great asset’ to the Whites, and thinks he will only get better moving forward.
That adds up with what Bielsa has said this season, as he suggested that Harrison as enjoyed ‘a big growth’ in his first Premier League campaign.
City have no plans for Harrison moving forward, so a deal for him to join Leeds permanent seems ideal for all parties.
Harrison has impressed in the Premier League this season, racking up eight goals and eight assists in 36 outings for the Whites.
Branded tremendous by Rio Ferdinand earlier this month, Harrison has earned his permanent move to Elland Road, and he will be looking to prove he is the main man going forward – even with Leeds in talks with Noa Lang, with Leeds seemingly wanting both rather than one or the other.