Newcastle can bet big on securing the services of Jack Harrison in the coming days. Leeds United will ask for €41m to let their player slip away.
According to published information Sunday Mail, Newcastle are ready to make a bid to recruit Jack Harrison this transfer window. Eddie Howe will greatly appreciate his profile and want to rely on him in the coming months. However, the move promises to be difficult to decide: Leeds United are looking for €41 million to release their striker.
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Leeds United have already parted with Calvin Phillips (Manchester City) and Rabinha (Barça) for €49 and €58 million respectively. However, while the money raised will be reinvested in recruitment, its leaders are not planning for Jack Harrison to leave this summer. This explains why his price is so high: Magpies took too long to act.
Former international Espoores (2 caps), 25 years old from Stoke-on-Trent. His contract runs until June 2024 and he scored 8 goals in 35 Premier League appearances last season. He’s not the only attacker targeted by Newcastle: Evan Toney and Alan Virginius will also be on his shelves. The Premier playing at Brentford will follow suit By Manchester UnitedThe second is monitored by Leverkusen and is under contract with Sochaux.
Newcastle have spent €66m on recruitment so far this summer. 37 million euros were bet Sven Boatman (formerly LOSC), 17.5 million Euros Matt Target (ex Aston Villa) and Nick Pope (ex Burnley) for €11.5 million. However, the Magpies are subject to the same Financial Fair Play rules as any other club. They need to be sold before they can continue recruiting.
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