Jack Harrison has signed a five-year extension with Leeds United, as officially revealed by the club. The winger arrived from Manchester City in 2018 on a loan deal before his contract was made permanent in 2021.
Since his arrival, he has made 197 appearances and has scored 33 goals for Leeds. Of them, five have come this season. The latest of which came in Leeds’ 2-1 win over Nottingham Forest in mid-week. And on the back of his performance and professionalism, the club has decided to keep him for his best years ahead.
Jack Harrison renews contract with Leeds United until 2028
“Jack is a crucial part of our squad and our plans going forwards and I’m really happy he has agreed to commit his long-term future to the club,” said Leeds director of football Victor Orta.
“He is one of the most professional players I have come across in my career, he has an unbelievable attitude and only wants to continue improving and I know we will see him at his peak over the duration of the next five years.”
Things could have been very different for the player three months ago. Jack Harrison was close to signing for Leicester City during the January transfer window, with a £22 million move in place. However, the transfer collapsed on deadline day and he has now committed his future to the Yorkshire club.