Leeds United star Jack Harrison has ‘improved a lot’ during his time at Elland Road and it ‘makes sense’ that the club are eager to tie him down to a long-term contract, according to Sky Sports reporter Tim Thornton. The Whites headed into the international break sitting 11th in the Premier League table, having sealed two victories, and Harrison has remained a key man in head coach Jesse Marsch’s side.
According to the Northern Echo, Leeds are hoping to negotiate a new contract with Harrison as they want to ensure he is not the subject of fresh interest from Premier League rivals Newcastle United when the transfer window reopens in January.
The report suggests the former England under-21 international is expected to feature prominently on the Magpies’ list of targets as the acquisition of an attacking-minded midfielder is a priority for head coach Eddie Howe.
It is understood that Leeds rejected two Newcastle bids for Harrison during the summer transfer window, with the opening proposal being worth just £20million amid interest from several clubs.Read more on givemesport.com