Jack Harrison has appeared to confirm that he will be back at Leeds United next season for a shot at the Premier League.
Leeds are yet to announce the deal that will see Harrison return to Elland Road for a third consecutive loan spell from Man City, but the player himself has gone on record to do just that.
The 23-year-old was broadcasting from Wembley on Tuesday for the Championship play-off final, where a short clip on Twitter (@LUFC1992_v2) confirmed he will be returning to the Whites for 2020/21.
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Over the course of the last two seasons, Harrison has been on loan with Leeds in the Championship, helping the side to third in the 2018/19 campaign and to the title a year later.
For Marcelo Bielsa’s title-winning squad, Harrison featured in all 46 games during the regular league season, with Ben White the only player to match that feat.
He scored six vitally important goals, including the winner in a 1-0 victory over Reading FC at the Madejski Stadium in November.
There were a further eight assists, with Harrison showing he is capable of playing from either flank.
— Tommo 🏆 (@LUFC1992_v2) August 5, 2020
This is an excellent bit of news for Leeds.
Harrison was superb during his second season in the Championship and if he can continue this path of progression, he’s going to be a hit in the Premier League too.
We got a glimpse of him against Premier League opposition when Leeds travelled to Arsenal in the FA Cup and he impressed off the right, with that afforded time on the ball suiting the winger.
It’ll be interesting to see how he goes next season.
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