Jack Harrison is considering his future at Leeds United after they accepted a bid for him from Leicester City on deadline day, sources have confirmed to 90min.
Harrison's current contract at Elland Road has 18 months to run, and Leeds previously rejected approaches from Newcastle in the hopes of extending his stay at the club.
But with major outlays in January bringing in the likes of Georginio Rutter, Max Wober and Weston McKennie, Leeds decided to accept an approach for Harrison worth around £20m from Leicester. 90min understands that Aston Villa and Newcastle also held talks on deadline day.
The Foxes believed they were on course to sign Harrison, strengthening their wing options further after bringing in Tete from Shakhtar Donetsk, and the player even underwent a medical. However,
Leeds pulled the plug on the deal, much to Leicester's annoyance after they allowed Ayoze Perez and Marc Albrighton to leave the club.
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Now back in Yorkshire, 26-year-old Harrison is considering his options as Leeds again push for talks over extending his contract.
Sources have told 90min that Harrison will only consider signing fresh terms if he feels he's an important part of Jesse Marsch's plans moving forward, with the next few weeks potentially telling on the shape the former RB Leipzig boss intends to play.
Weston McKennie's arrival has led many to believe that Marsch will operate with three central midfielders, slotting alongside Marc Roja and Tyler Adams, and that could impact on the number of minutes afforded to Harrison.
As well as trying to work things out with Harrison, Leeds must now contend with a devastating injury blow up front to Rodrigo - the Spaniard, who has notched 10 Premier League goals this season, has been ruled out for two months after undergoing ankle surgery.
Source : 90min