Leeds United will be desperate to work their way back into pole position after getting the better of West Bromwich Albion at Elland Road last time out.
The Whites remain in a promising position in the race for an automatic promotion place but they’ll need to ensure consistency from here on in if they are to reach the Premier League.
Interestingly, the Yorkshire club already have their eye on a possible summer move, as according to The Sun on Sunday (3/3; page 61) (via HITC), Leeds United want Liverpool’s Harry Wilson if they secure promotion.
Wilson has established himself as one of the standout performers in the Championship this season, but his potential arrival may not be appreciated by a number of players already at Elland Road.
Nevertheless, here are the potential consequences of signing Harry Wilson in the summer…
MARCELO BIELSA WAVES GOODBYE TO JACK CLARKE
Jack Clarke has developed into one of the most promising players in English football this season, and he attracted the attention (as per Sky Sports) of a number of Premier League clubs back in the January transfer window.
Of course, it would come as no surprise if a number of top-flight teams swoop in for the youngster in the summer transfer window after witnessing his rise to stardom in the current campaign.
Therefore, Harry Wilson’s potential arrival may open the door for Clarke’s exit as they operate in the same position and Wilson has the ability to replace him on the right-hand side.
JACK HARRISON STAYS AT ETIHAD
Jack Harrison is currently on loan from Manchester City but he’s set to return to the Etihad at the end of the season.
Indeed, the 22-year-old has been impressive in the Championship this season, scoring three and assisting three, and Leeds may well decide to go back in for him in the summer, depending on how their season pans out.
Although, securing the services of Wilson could end any hopes that Harrison may have of potentially returning to Leeds United, as Wilson operates in the same position and he’s a level above the Man City man.
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