Date: 3rd May 2021 at 1:25pm
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Leeds United fans on Twitter have been sharing their thoughts on Whites winger Jack Harrison. 

This comes after Harrison’ performance during his latest appearance for Marcelo Bielsa’s side in their recent 2-0 defeat against & Hove Albion in the Premier League.

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During and after the game against Graham Potter’s side, lots of Leeds fans took to Twitter to share their thoughts on Harrison, his display against Brighton and his place at the club moving forward.

So, what did these Leeds fans have to say about Harrison and his performance against Brighton?

“Harrison has been a weak link for weeks, Overrated.” 


Jack Harrison just is not good enough, why on earth does he take set pieces? #lufc


“I beg we dont sign harrison”


Harrison has gone from being huge value for money at what we will be paying for him to being an absolute waste of money in the matter of months #lufc


“Harrison is a fraud”


Jack Harrison is a truly awful player 90% of the time I really don’t see the hype #LUFC


Harrison being a passenger in a game? Imagine my shock #lufc


Leeds signed the 24-year-old back in the 2018 summer transfer window on successive loan deals from fellow Premier League side Manchester City before securing a third loan deal for the £13.5m-rated man last summer. 

Looking at these tweets from this group of Leeds fans, it’s clear to see that they were not happy with the Englishman’s performance against Brighton and his overall form in recent weeks.

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Given how Leeds Live gave the defender a match rating of 4/10 for his performance against Brighton and that he “brought next to no danger in the final third,” it’s understandable why these Leeds supporters are not singing his praises at the moment.

In our view, unless Harrison can put in some decent performances from now until the end of the season, then he could potentially find himself looking for a new club in the summer if Leeds don’t offer him a new loan deal or attempt to sign him permanently.

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