Many Leeds United fans have reacted to the news that Jack Harrison is set to become a permanent Whites player in the near future.
It is often easy to forget that Harrison is on loan from Manchester City with the 24-year-old currently enjoying his third year at the club.
Yorkshire Evening Post report that Harrison is set to become a permanent Leeds player for a fee of just over £10 million following three loan spells at Elland Road.
It is a no brainer for Leeds to finally make Harrison a permanent signing after becoming a Premier League regular under Marcelo Bielsa.
The winger has started every league game this season and contributed to nine goals with four assists and five strikes of his own.
Two of those goals have come in the club’s last three games as Harrison looks to have really found his best form following promotion to the top flight.
The news that Harrison is set to sign permanently has been welcomed by many Leeds fans and considering his service over the last few years, this isn’t really a surprise.
A few fans did urge caution over the signing as they don’t want the club to pay over the odds for Harrison.
However, others say that he should be signed no matter the cost as he is an ‘immense’ player who is ‘worth every penny’.
Here is how some Leeds fans reacted to this latest transfer update.
i know he can be frustrating at times with his shooting and crossing, but for 10mill for me it’s a no brainer, to get a player of his quality now in the premiership it’s 20mill plus easily
— Sim (@1simmo1) February 4, 2021
Worth every penny. Immense player
— Dom 🏆 (@dommer14) February 4, 2021
Sign him up ASAP in the summer
— rico74leeds (@rico74leeds) February 4, 2021
I hope so, been a great player for us
— Edward Swale (@ESwale85) February 4, 2021
If City want more walk away. He’ll never get a game with them and I thought the loan deal was only done as we get him for about £7m
— steven thompson (@stevent81369209) February 4, 2021
For an ever improving player with a killer first touch, £10m for @Harrison_Jack11 is a steal🔥
— Kagey (@KageyVision) February 4, 2021
Get him signed he's earned it.
— Zipper ⭐ (@TheMagpie009) February 4, 2021
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