Jack Harrison may sign an new contract with Leeds United in the coming weeks. After being called back to the club on deadline day while undergoing a medical at Leicester City.
Leicester and Leeds came to an agreement on a transfer fee of £20 million plus add-ons on Tuesday. The winger was given the go-ahead to go to the East Midlands to complete the move.
Early that evening, he arrived to the Seagrave training facility in Leicester.
The Leeds management had a last-minute change of heart and called the 26-year-old to inform him the deal was off.
Compared to Harrison’s current Leeds deal, which has 18 months left to run, Leicester’s offer contained a hefty pay increase.
Jack Harrison was no longer available. But he went back to Elland Road after discussions between the player, his agent, and Leeds representatives.
Leeds is currently working to sign Harrison to a long-term contract, and negotiations have already begun.
Harrison, who has 20 appearances this season and scored in the FA Cup victory over Accrington Stanley last weekend.