Whites reportedly reject Jack Harrison bid
After three seasons on loan from Manchester City at Elland Road, the 25-year-old’s West Yorkshire switch was made permanent last summer.
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Harrison repaid the faith shown in him by ending the 2021/2022 season as the club’s second-top scorer, netting 10 Premier League goals as the Whites battled relegation.
Now, United are said to have batted away a bid from the Magpies for the forward.
Aaronson eyes vital Crystal Palace gains
Leeds United attacker Brenden Aaronson hopes a win in their final game of their pre-season tour of Australia will give the squad a huge boost.
The Whites performed well in their curtain raise against Brisbane Roar, claiming a 2-1 victory before falling on the wrong side of a 1-0 score-line against Aston Villa.
On Friday, United will face Palace before flying back to the UK – and Aaronson hopes his team-mates will board the plane with a spring in their step.
"I think to get the win against Crystal Palace would be great for us, and it would bring the confidence up even more and I think the confidence is already high within the group," he said.
"We know the way we want to play so I think that if we execute we want to play in the game, I think the confidence will skyrocket."
Marsch hails latest addition
New Leeds United signing Sonny Perkins has already impressed manager Jesse Marsch.
The 18-year-old was confirmed as a Whites player on Tuesday after he opted not to sign a professional contract at his former club West Ham United.
Initially, the highly rated forward will join up with Leeds Under-21s as they battle to restore their Premier League 2 Division One status after getting relegated in May.
Speaking from Australia, Marsch likes what he’s hearing about the young prospect.
"He's been at Thorp Arch training with our 21s and we've had really good feedback so far," Marsch said.
"So, I'm looking forward to getting back and getting to know him more and getting to work with him more on a daily basis.
“He's got qualities and [is an] explosive striker. I think he has flexibility in the positions he can play. He's an intelligent player.
"We're really excited to add him to our to our club.”