By Saikat Mandal

21st Jul, 2022 | 6:40am

Leeds United have made transfer decision on Jack Harrison amid Newcastle United interest

Leeds United do not intend to sell Jack Harrison this summer, according to a report from INews.

Newcastle United are reportedly keen on signing Harrison, but it seems it will require a massive effort to lure the former Manchester City winger away from Elland Road.

Tutto Mercato reported on 20 July that the Magpies are readying a bid worth £23.8million to take the player to St James’ Park this summer.

However, INews reports on 20 July they have been told that Leeds are not planning to sell the winger.

Massive offer

Marsch suggested that Harrison unintentionally brought attention to his situation about his future, before adding that the player is happy at the club [Simon Stone, Twitter].

Having sold both Raphinha and Kalvin Phillips this summer, Leeds do not need to sell any more first-team players this summer.

Harrison has been one of the consistent performers for the club in the past two seasons, and he is in Jesse Marsch’s long-term plans.

At the same time, every player has a price, and it will need a massive offer to lure Harrison away from the club.

Newcastle are already planning a big-money bid for the winger, but Leeds probably won’t accept the offer.

Until an offer of at least £30 million (or more) arrives from Newcastle, Leeds should not even think of wasting their time discussing the deal.

Harrison, who is capable of playing in all three attacking midfield positions, scored eight goals last season in the Premier League. He should be aiming to better that record, should he stays put.

In other Leeds United news, the end could be near for this attacker with Orta prepared to let him go on a loan-to-buy basis if a suitable offer comes in.