The season might have been stopped, but clubs can still plot and strategise for the upcoming summer transfer window (whenever that is). Leeds United will be hoping to get to the Premier League once the season resumes. There is no doubt that the Whites will have to reinforce their squad significantly if they get to the English top flight.
The Whites also have quite a few players on loan whose transfers are likely to be made permanent. One player on that list is Jack Harrison, and former Leeds midfielder Michael Brown does not doubt that the Yorkshire outfit will go-ahead to sign him on a permanent deal.
Brown on Jack Harrison
Speaking to Football Insider, Brown said, “He’ll be excited to try and get promotion, try and get to the Premier League and I’m sure Leeds United will be looking to get him signed permanently. With Jack Harrison, you’ve just got to turn and say he wants to play football week in, week out and that’s all he has to do.
“He’s got to keep performing in a great side under a great manager. He’s got to make himself better, and I think he’s improving at such a great rate.”
Harrison has played in every Championship game so far for the Whites, and he has contributed with five goals and seven assists. The winger has indeed shown improvements from his first year at Elland Road, and he seems more adept in playing in Bielsa’s system. The Man City man has been one of United’s most consistent performer this campaign.
Where does Harrison need to improve?
However, it cannot be denied that he still frustrates sometimes with some of his decision making and poor finishing. Harrison often dwells on the ball too much, and that becomes his downfall sometimes. Premier League will undoubtedly be a step up for the English winger, and he will need to be more clinical if the Whites make it to the top flight.
Signing him for somewhere around £7-8m would be a good deal for the Whites. Bielsa clearly likes him as he has been the mainstay at left wing for the past two seasons now. However, Leeds should look to bring in another top left winger in the summer if they get promoted as he would add more competition for places. Harrison should be a decent player to have, but he would need to do a lot more to be effective in the Premier League. Nevertheless, a move in the summer for him looks very much on the cards, as stated by Brown.
- Update In Barcelona’s Chase Of This Argentine Forward: Should Setien Pay His Release Clause? - March 31, 2020
- Celtic Forward Emerges As Transfer Priority For Newcastle United: What Will He Add To Bruce’s Team? - March 31, 2020
- Striker’s Agent Talks About A Possible Rangers Move: Will He Be A Good Signing For Gerrard? - March 31, 2020
more recommended stories
Leeds United Considering A Move For This Middlesbrough Defender: Should Bielsa Go After Him?
According to a recent report from.
Leeds United Ace Snubs Potential Move To Tottenham Hotspur: Huge Blow For Mourinho?
As reported by The Sun, Leeds.
Leeds United Face Chelsea, Leicester City Competition For Ligue 1 Star: The Ideal Signing For Bielsa?
According to Le Foot, Leeds United.
3 First Team Leeds United Players Who Might Not Be Good Enough For The Premier League
Leeds United were going through a.
Whelan Believes This Aston Villa Ace Will Be A Great Buy For Leeds United: Should Bielsa Consider Him?
Leeds United are on the right.
Nottingham Forest Interested In Former Leeds United Target: Should Bielsa Consider Joining The Race?
According to reports in Turkey as.
Ex Leeds United Striker Urges Bielsa To Sign Bournemouth Goalkeeper: Why He Might Not Go For Him?
Leeds United have done well in.
Ex Leeds United Striker Advises Bielsa To Not Sign This 22 Year Old: What Should The Whites Do?
Football leagues across Europe might have.
Journalist Gives Update On Contract Situation Of This Leeds United Defender: Right Call By Bielsa?
According to Yorkshire Evening Post journalist Graham.
Ex Leeds United Defender Indicates Bielsa Will Sign Youngster Permanently: Right Call From The Whites?
The Coronavirus might have stopped Leeds.