Dean Windass has exclusively Football FanCast that Jack Harrison would snap up the chance to sign permanently for Leeds, although his future could depend on whether Marcelo Bielsa stays at Elland Road next season.
Harrison is currently enjoying his third consecutive season-long loan spell at Elland Road, all of which have been under the guidance of the Argentine.
The former New York Red Bulls attacker has never made a first-team appearance for his parent club Manchester City despite making the switch from the MLS more than three years ago, but would appear to be hitting crunch time this summer, with just one year remaining on his deal at the Etihad.
Harrison was ineligible for Leeds’ thrilling victory against Pep Guardiola’s men on Saturday, but has been in impressive form following their promotion to the Premier League, scoring seven goals, bettered only by Patrick Bamford, whilst also adding five assists.
“That club now determines on the manager,” Windass told Football FanCast.
“Jack Harrison has done a fantastic job playing wide left, scoring goals and assisting goals, but everything on Leeds is determined on Bielsa. If he stays, Leeds could be in the top four.
“If Jack Harrison had the chance to stay at Leeds, he would do, but if Leeds keep the manager, then they’re going to be a force to be reckoned with next season. If the manager leaves, the club could be a car crash next season.”