Everton aiming to bring Jack Harrison back


Everton did an outstanding job to stay in the Premier League despite being handed a eight point deduction. Sean Dyche’s side was found guilty of breaching the profitability and sustainability rules and hence had to face points deduction. Going into the next season’s transfer market, the Toffees have to operate with a limited budget. They have already started the business hoping to achieve more in future. Everton have signed Tim Iroegbunam from Aston Villa for around Β£9 million. Jack Harrison is the next player on the list and Everton want to bring him back on loan just as they did last year.

Everton want to bring Jack Harrison back again

Everton signed the former City winger on loan last year from Leeds United. Harrison was a regular starter for Sean Dyche and featured in 35 matches across all formats. Harrison was able to score four times along with providing assist for three times for Toffees. Everton are keen to repeat the move this year and are already working on the deal.

According to Football Insider, Everton are confident to bring the 27 year old winger back. Harrison too has made it clear that he wants to continue at Goodison Park. Italian journalist Fabrizio Romano who is ver rarely wrong with his reports has also talked about Harrison’s possible second loan spell at Everton. He said that Harrison’s return is a concrete possibility and Everton are very close to achieve it.

Leeds United failed to achieve promotion back in Premier League due to facing a defeat in championship play-offs. As a result they have to raise funds along with letting their star players go. Leeds want Everton to sign Harrison on a permanent deal next summer. Harrison’s current Leeds United contract expires in 2028.

Everton have a limited budget and they need to operate within it. Signing Harrison could cost around Β£20 million. Everton’s manager Sean Dyche had his say on the club’s transfer market plans. He said that everyone at the club is planning as much as they can to achieve the best out of market. Dyche’s idea of bringing Harrison on loan last year paid off as the Englishman helped Toffees to escape relegation.

Jack Harrison’s career

Jack Harrison started his youth career in Liverpool academy in 2002. However a year later, he moved to Manchester United academy and stayed there until 2010. Despite being in England’s top youth clubs, Harrison ended his youth career in United States of America as he move there in 2010.

In 2010, Harrison joined Black Rock FC in USA. Later he represented Manhatten SC and Wake Forest Demon Deacons before making his senior debut for New York City FC in 2016. In his two year spell with New York City, Harrison made 59 appearances in MLS. He was able to score 14 goals and provide 9 assists for the American club. In 2018, Harrison made his comeback in England.

Harrison signed with Manchester City in 2018 but unfortunately didn’t recieve an opportunity to represent them. He was sent on loan to Middlesbrough followed by Leeds United. Leeds United signed Harrison on loan for three consecutive years before finally signing him on permanent deal in 2021.

Leeds United were unfortunately relegated in 2023. Harrison was quickly signed on season long loan by Everton. The 27 year old winger played more than 2500 minutes for Everton throught the 2023/24 season. Sean Dyche has been impressed with Harrison’s performances just as all of the Everton fans. The Toffees will appreciate Harrison’s services for another year and may even make him their permanent player next season.

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