Leeds United looking to permanently sign Jack Harrison from Man City

Jack Harrison has already established his worth after spending the last three years on loan at Leeds United.

With news that the Whites and Manchester City are negotiating on a deal that might be finalized soon, a permanent stay could be on the table.

Marcelo Bielsa is said to be interested in making the transfer permanent, with Harrison considered as a non-essential player for the reigning Premier League Champions.

Last season, Harrison made 36 outings for Leeds United, scoring eight goals and providing eight assists.

In general, Harrison has performed admirably while on loan. However, it appears that the effort fell short of Manchester City’s expectations.

This adds to the pressure for the agreement to go through and give the 24-year-old a long-term home.

Harrison is valued at £15 million (nearly $20 million) by Man City, a sum that could be affordable during the summer transfer window.

Leeds are hoping to improve on their ninth-place performance from the previous campaign. Last season, they were able to get Raphinha, but they know they need more help.

Bielsa was also said to be considering Junior Firpo in addition to Harrison.

Leeds United has joined the fight for the 24-year-old fullback’s services, but only on loan, as previously reported.

Milan, Southampton, and West Ham United are among the clubs interested in signing the Spaniard.