Leeds United currently find themselves sitting inside the automatic promotion places as Sheffield United failed to secure all three points against Sheffield Wednesday on Monday night.
The Whites have certainly improved in recent times after suffering a dip in form, with promotion to the Premier League well within their sights at this moment in time.
Although, it appears as if the Yorkshire club have their sights set on a possible summer swoop, as according to reliable journalist Alan Nixon, Leeds United are eyeing a loan move for Harry Wilson next season.
LEEDS. Already looking at Harry Wilson at LIVERPOOL for a loan next season if they go up. Playing for DERBY. Must have been checking him out from the bushes.
— Alan Nixon (@reluctantnicko) March 3, 2019
So, with Jack Clarke already at the club, let’s take a look at what bringing Harry Wilson to Elland Road could mean…
Harry Wilson has been one of the shining lights in the Championship up until this point in the current campaign, having produced an incredible 12 goals and four assists in 35 appearances for Derby County.
Indeed, the Wales international has produced a number of moments of brilliance, including strikes from long-range and free-kicks, so his potential arrival at Elland Road would be sure to excite fans.
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Jack Clarke has developed into one of the hottest prospects in English football this season, but he hasn’t been able to play a part in Leeds’ promotion push recently as he’s spent time out on the sidelines.
However, he’s still managed to produce two goals and two assists, as well as constantly titling matches in Leeds’ favour with his pace and creativity working wonders on the right-hand side of midfield.
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When comparing the two teams, it’s safe to say that Harry Wilson is currently enjoying more success in the Championship but Jack Clarke arguably has a brighter future ahead of him.
Indeed, Leeds fans can expect plenty more fireworks if Harry Wilson rocks up at Elland Road as the youngster can produce something out of absolutely nothing, with his goalscoring ability and passing range making him an incredibly dangerous player for Leeds United to have at their disposal.