Leeds are on the lookout for the best players in the Championship as they prepare for their return to the Premier League, whether that be next season or not. Jack Harrison hasn’t really cut it this term, so securing Harry Wilson would be huge.
Sun journalist Alan Nixon has claimed via Twitter that there’s “live interest” from the Whites in Wilson when he replied to a tweet, saying “Wilson’s going to Leeds if they go up”. It wouldn’t be a surprising move considering his form this season.
The right winger has been hot in front of goal, scoring 14 and assisting four in 41 appearances for a hit-and-miss Derby side. He’s 22-years-old and runs at full-backs without fear, and that’s what Leeds will need if they go up this season.
If they go up, there’ll be huge pressure from fans for them to stay there, considering their long wait for a return. If they don’t go up this time, patience will be running out with Marcelo Bielsa too. From what we’ve seen from this lad though, he’ll be able to deal with that.
Jack Harrison has been very inconsistent this season, and that’s one trait that’s most likely to cost them promotion. If Wilson comes in, he’ll add depth down the right but also give Harrison the kick up the backside needed for him to be more consistent.
The Whites must buy the best players from the second division to either keep them in the Premier League or finally get them promoted next season. Wilson is one of these players and the club need to make an approach now.
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