West Ham United are reportedly keen to sign Jack Harrison from Leeds United in the summer transfer window.
That’s according to a report from 90 Min who claim that the Hammers have recently ‘taken an interest’ in signing the talented Leeds winger.
West Ham manager David Moyes has a serious amount of work to do in the transfer market this summer, with plenty of incomings and outgoings expected at the London Stadium.
With Andriy Yarmolenko having been released, the addition of another left-footed wide player will be on Moyes’s priority list for sure.
And it seems as though the Scot could be prepared to raid another Premier League club…
West Ham eyeing Jack Harrison swoop
90 Min claims that the Hammers are keen to bring the 25-year-old Leeds ace to the London Stadium this summer.
Newcastle and Everton allegedly want to sign the ex-Manchester City star as well.
It’s little wonder why Moyes wants to bring him to West Ham – he scored a hat-trick against us back in January during a 3-2 win for Leeds at the London Stadium.
We think that Harrison would be a very smart addition for the Hammers.
Leeds signed the 25-year-old from Manchester City on a permanent £11 million deal last summer (The Athletic) having had him on loan at Elland Road since the start of the 2018 season.
He bagged 10 goals and two assists in 38 games for Leeds this season (Transfermarkt).
Harrison possesses exceptional technical ability, decent pace and has a real eye for goal.
The energy that he has would certainly be a big plus for West Ham in the final third next season.
Quite how much Leeds will demand for the winger remains to be seen.
If West Ham can bring Jack Harrison to East London from West Yorkshire for a reasonable fee though, we will be all for it.