Jack Harrison joined Leeds United on a season-long loan from Manchester City earlier this summer.
The 21-year-old moved to Man City from New York City in January of this year, before being sent on loan to Middlesbrough for the second half of the 2017-18 campaign.
Now with Leeds, Harrison will be looking to get a full season of Championship football under his belt before returning to the Etihad Stadium next summer.
The attacker made his second appearance of the season off the bench in Leeds’ 2-2 draw with Swansea City at the Liberty Stadium on Tuesday night.
Indeed, the 5ft 9in tall ace took the place of Ezgjan Alioski at the interval.
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The Leeds fans have since been reacting to the Englishman’s performance, and it would be fair to say that they are split over his contribution.
Indeed, whilst there are those who feel that Harrison will play a positive role for the club this season, there are many who are not quite sure whether the former Manchester United youngster is good enough.
A selection of the Twitter reaction from the club’s supporters can be seen below:
Harrison made a great impact i thought, some fans saying he didn’t havnt a clue #lufc
— Barry Dunne (@BazDunne) August 21, 2018
Jack Harrison needs to be better than hes shown not good enough good point in the end tho
— LeFleur (@PaulReidLufc) August 21, 2018
Harrison is frustrating. Doesn’t do anything #lufc
— Johnny F (@JF_LUFCmod) August 21, 2018
I know he’s played very little so far this season but not been impressed with Harrison so far #lufc
— Danny (@DannyB8z) August 21, 2018
Jack Harrison and Shackleton best players for us tonight so far. Saiz way off pace unfortunately #lufc
— Billy | GingerArcher (@BillyWPratt) August 21, 2018
Harrison – to start next game, for me. Alioski disappearing like that can’t happen too often. #lufc
— Svend Karlsen (@svendleeds) August 21, 2018
Don’t rate Jack Harrison from what I’ve seen so far… Has to be said. #LUFC
— ryan (@ryanlufc123) August 22, 2018