West Ham tipped to sign Leeds midfielder who’s set to leave the club after relegation

West Ham United transfer target Jack Harrison has been tipped to leave Leeds United this summer following their relegation to the Championship.


Last summer, there was talk about the Englishman’s future, but now the Whites will have no choice but to bite the bullet and lose such a key player.

With Hammers who set their sights to Harrison to return him to Premier League football

Burnley, who were relegated at Leeds’ expense last season, have proven how to bounce back, even after losing most of your squad.

That’s the road the Whites will be looking to go down, as they, first of all, need to appoint a new manager to bring everyone together and steer them towards a new direction.

Nonetheless, when Bent was asked to name relegated players he thinks could leave and return back to the Premier League this summer, Harrison was top of his list.

“The top of my list (to leave after relegation) is Jack Harrison,” said Bent. “He can play.”

For the past two seasons, the Yorkshire club have unknowingly written a book on how to get relegated because they have well and truly shot themselves in the foot.

The connection between fans and those out on the pitch is bigger than it’s ever been. Someone needs to come in and bring all of that together.

It’s actually not the norm for teams to come straight back up, so this is going to be much tougher than Leeds fans think.


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