Leeds United winger Jack Harrison is attracting strong interest from West Ham and Aston Villa after relegation was confirmed on Sunday.
The Whites are facing a return to the Championship this summer as they were confirmed as down in the Premier League on Sunday afternoon.
A 4-1 defeat to Tottenham saw Jack Harrison’s consolation mean he was the club’s first and final goalscorer in the Premier League across the three years.
Will Harrison leave?
One of the players who is certain to leave the club is Harrison, who penned a new contract in April that reportedly includes a relegation clause.
He netted against Spurs yesterday to end the season on five goals and seven assists, leaving the field in tears as the side fell out of the Premier League, knowing this would be his final appearance in a Leeds shirt.
Where will Harrison go?
A handful of Premier League clubs are sure to be keen on signing the English winger, given his consistent output in the top flight over three seasons.
TalkSPORT are now reporting that Harrison is subject to interest from both West Ham and Aston Villa, with Leeds preparing for the 26-year-old’s exit:
It’s such a shame to see one of the staples of our best times leaving.
Harrison was inconsolable at full-time yesterday and he was one player that can leave with his head held high, knowing that he gave everything.
There were times where he needed to do more, but no one can begrudge his effort to try to keep Leeds in the division.
Hopefully, the reported clause to see him leave is one that sets us up with a nice fee to replace him well.