David Ornstein has named the winner in the battle between West Ham and Everton for ‘unreal’ 26-year-old Leeds star.

According to Ornstein, Everton have won the race to sign West Ham target Jack Harrison from Leeds in the summer transfer window.

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The East London outfit have been linked with a move to sign Harrison, 26, this summer.

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Hammers boss David Moyes needs to add more quality to his left and right wing departments before the summer transfer window closes.

However, Harrison won’t be rocking up to the London Stadium this summer…

David Ornstein names winner in battle between West Ham and Everton for ‘unreal’ 26-year-old

According to the well-renowned journalist, Harrison is set to undergo a medical ahead of his proposed move to Everton.

Ornstein tweeted:

Ex-Leeds striker Noel When once described the talented left-footed winger as an ‘unreal’ player (Football Insider).

The former Manchester City ace was one of the few bright sparks for Leeds during what has been a terrible campaign for them last season, with six goals and 10 assists in 40 games to his name (Transfermarkt).

I would have really liked Jack Harrison at West Ham – he’d have done a very good job for us I’m sure of it.

David Ornstein reckons he’s Everton bound though. What a shame.


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