Leeds United got off to a brilliant start against Crystal Palace with Jack Harrison scoring in the first few minutes after an assist from Stuart Dallas.

It’s just what Leeds wanted after losing 4-1 to Palace at Selhurst Park and fans were absolutely delighted with the Man City loanee.

It’s easy to forget that he’s not actually a permanent Leeds player.

And the goal got lots of other fans talking about how much he might cost if Man City decided to sell him in the summer.

We’ve got the answer for them – just over £10m, which is the option that Leeds agreed with City after they didn’t take up the option last summer.

The deal is rock solid and Leeds will make Harrison a permanent signing in the summer.

The goal tonight was his sixth of the season and he’s finally started to deliver real and consistent attacking returns.

One Leeds fan said he was “the best winger in the Premier League” but Raphinha might have something to say about that. He put in a piece of skill towards half-time that most players could only dream of.

The first 45 minutes were Harrison’s though and he’s put us on course for another three points.

Here are the best reactions to Harrison’s first 45 minutes at Elland Road…

In other Leeds United news, Phil Hay claims big-money Leeds ace ‘barely’ good enough for bench, could cost club millions

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