Premier League clubs to swarm as Leeds forward has release clause in new contract

LEEDS, ENGLAND - AUGUST 21: Jack Harrison of Leeds in action during the Premier League match between Leeds United and Chelsea FC at Elland Road on August 21, 2022 in Leeds, England. (Photo by Michael Regan/Getty Images)

According to The Athletic, Jack Harrison has a release clause in his new five-year-deal he signed last month.

The clause will reportedly see him available to Premier League clubs at a good value. Harrison has been a long term target for both Newcastle and Leicester City over the past year.

The 26-year-old almost left the club on deadline day in January having travelled down to Leicester City to undergo a medical. The club reportedly pulled the plug on the deal, and a few weeks later started talks on a new contract.

The Englishman has four goals and seven assists in 35 league games this season; the second highest tally in the Leeds team.

Harrison has been at Leeds since 2018, having made over a 180 appearances for the club in all competitions. If Leeds do eventually go down, his five-year stay at Elland Road may come to an end. The Whites will have to pull off a result against Tottenham on the final day of the season to secure survival.

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9 months ago

Please take him asap. We will even pay for his Uber taxi.