Jack Harrison set to leave Leeds United

LEEDS, ENGLAND - AUGUST 06: Jack Harrison of Leeds United takes a shot at goal during the Premier League match between Leeds United and Wolverhampton Wanderers at Elland Road on August 06, 2022 in Leeds, England. (Photo by David Rogers/Getty Images)

According to The Athletic, Jack Harrison has agreed a move to Everton and is currently undergoing a medical.

The midfielder has been absent from matchday squads since the season officially began and has not played a minute of the campaign. During the summer he was heavily linked with a move out of Elland Road, even though the club were adamant that none of the key players would depart the club.

Now it looks like Jack Harrison will be the latest one out of the door. The 26-year old is a priority target for Sean Dyche as he hopes to keep the Toffees in the Premier League this season.

Harrison almost departed the club back in January, he nearly joined Leicester City on deadline day before the club pulled the plug on the deal. He later signed a contract extension, which reportedly had a relegation clause.

If the Englishman departs the club, he will follow a string of major departures. With more and more players looking to leave the club before the window closes, The Whites have a hectic couple of weeks ahead.

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Paul
Paul
6 months ago

All the best Jack. The past owner gave you a get out of jail free card and you took it. Can’t blame you as you have to think of your future. Well I say that and then you go and join a prime relegation candidate like Everton. So you weren’t really thinking of it at all really were you? just the pay packet