By Mark Smith

6th Jun, 2022 | 9:10am

Jack Harrison considers future as no one expected him to at Leeds United, exit on cards

Leeds United star Jack Harrison is still considering his future and is “available” for transfer, according to Dean Jones.

The journalist, who has written for Eurosport, shared that no one was expecting the winger to take such a drastic step after securing Premier League survival.

Harrison scored the goal that made sure Leeds were in the Premier League and is now being looked at by Newcastle over a potential big move north.

Speaking to GIVE ME SPORT on Sunday evening [05 June], Jones shared the latest surrounding any possible deal for the winger this summer at Elland Road.

“I think it’s just the fact that he’s available at a time when they weren’t expecting it,” he said.

“Jack Harrison is willing to consider options at the moment, which I don’t think people thought would happen if Leeds stayed up.”


There is simply no chance of this one happening.

Why on earth would Harrison be considering his future at Elland Road? He is starting every week and now has a manager in Jesse Marsch where the relationship is great.

After signing a long-term contract when making his move permanent in the summer of 2021, the winger committed to his future at Elland Road, and he will be determined to push the Whites higher up in the table next season and beyond.

With big doubts surrounding the future of Raphinha, there is simply no chance Leeds would let another winger leave before that is ironed out.

Leeds are not in the market to sell their best players to the likes of Newcastle, that simply isn’t how this works, with some clubs acting as though the Whites were actually relegated.

Harrison will surely be lining up in Marsch’s side on the first day of the 2022-23 season, with no imminent exit on the cards, this is surely just plain and simple transfer talk.

In other Leeds United news, the Whites are readying a new bid for a blockbuster striker signing according to Phil Hay after Premier League survival