While the English Premier League may be loaded with some incredible wingers across the board, don’t forget about Leeds United playmaker Jack Harrison.
A former loanee from EPL champions Manchester City, Harrison has more than taken advantage of his time on the pitch with Leeds. So much in fact, he’s now with the club on a permanent deal through 2024.
For manager Marcelo Bielsa, Harrison has earned his trust and increased playing time thanks to his sensational wheels and abilities distributing the ball on the field. Last season, Harrison appeared in 36 matches for Leeds United, scoring eight goals and adding eight assists. Those are the kinds of numbers that surely made fans happy.
With Leeds United being promoted to the Premier League in 2020-21, Harrison actually scored the club’s first goal of the season with an absolute beauty going up against Liverpool at Anfield.
Harrison somehow managed to sneak by Trent Alexander-Arnold and fired an absolute rocket past Alisson Becker. It's a goal that he's surely not going to forget. Neither with the LUFC supporters.
Behind the strong play of Harrison and other standouts, Leeds United finished the campaign in ninth place of the Premier League table with 59 points. Looking ahead, the club has some high goals and Harrison will be in the middle of it all.
He’s a sensational player and is only 24 years old. Harrison is a stud to watch for campaigns to come. Here at Signathon, we can't wait to talk with him for our live event in October. Fans surely won't want to miss this.