According to the Daily Mail, Leeds United’s deal to sign Manchester City winger Jack Harrison permanently will cost them £13million plus add-ons.
Harrison first joined Leeds on loan in the summer of 2018, and has now spent three years on loan with the Whites.
It has long been expected that Harrison would turn his move permanent sooner rather than later, and that now looks to be imminent.
Leeds to keep Harrison
The Mirror reported last month that Leeds were likely to sign Harrison on July 1st for a free somewhere between £10million and £15million.
That matches up almost perfectly with his new report, with the add-ons possibly taking £13million towards the £15million mark.
The 24-year-old is a key part of Marcelo Bielsa’s side thanks to his work rate down the left flank, and when you add eight goals and eight assists too, you’re bound to be wanted – and Leeds are prepared to make Harrison a long-term addition at Elland Road.
Could Leeds still sign another winger?
It would be more of a surprise if they didn’t.
Having another dangerous winger competing with Harrison and Raphinha would be ideal, with Helder Costa ineffectual in the Premier League and Ian Carlo Poveda still young.
£13million for Harrison is a decent outlay, but with Leeds looking to build on last season and not stand still, expect another wide man to be bought.