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Newcastle United: Keith Downie says PIF could ‘revisit’ Jack Harrison deal

Newcastle United: Keith Downie says PIF could ‘revisit’ Jack Harrison deal -Newcastle United News

Sky Sports journalist and North East reporter Keith Downie reports that Newcastle United could ‘revisit’ a deal for Jack Harrison.

The Lowdown: Offer rejected

It was reported earlier this week that Leeds United has rejected an offer worth around £33.5m from the St. James’ Park outfit for Harrison.

They are thought to want about £39.4m for the winger, but could be reluctant to sell given that they have already sold Kalvin Phillips to Manchester City and Raphinha to FC Barcelona in this window.

The Latest: Downie update

Speaking on Sky Sports, Downie revealed that the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s (KSA) Public Investment Fund (PIF) could ‘revisit’ a deal for Harrison, after being rebuffed by the Whites:

“Jack Harrison is another one. It’s my understanding Newcastle were interested but was something Leeds did not want to entertain at all. That might be one they try to revisit.”

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The Verdict: Exciting

It seems as if both clubs are not too far apart in their valuations of the player, so this is a deal that the Magpies should be looking to get done as soon as possible.

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Harrison chipped in with a handy ten goals and supplied a further two assists in total over all competitions last term (Transfermarkt), as he helped Jesse Marsch’s side avoid relegation down to the Championship, including scoring an injury-time winner away at Brentford on the final day.

He would give Eddie Howe another great option in attack, and of course the Toon would be weakening a fellow top-flight rival in the process.

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