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Jack Harrison is a winger for Leeds United, on loan from Manchester City. Harrison is a creative player who is fast, strong at dribbling and could suit the PB matrix very well. Averaging 2.1 key passes per game, Harrison has been able to provide 7 assists this season. Harrison has started every game this season and has improved considerably. Despite Harrison's huge development, he is very unlikely to return to Manchester City as they already have very strong options in attack and there is an option in Harrison's loan contract for Leeds United to permanently buy Harrison which they are likely to go ahead and take advantage of. Leeds United are currently 2nd in the Championship, 5 points clear of third placed Brentford with a game in hand and look set to finally return to the Premier League. Given Harrison's development, contribution of goals and assists and creativity in attack - he could hit high PB scores next season. Although it was in only 1 FA Cup game, Harrison really stood out against Arsenal earlier this season which suggests he is also capable of playing well against stronger Premier League sides. What impresses most about Harrison is his work ethic and discipline and you will find an interesting article discussing this and his transformation this season in the comments below.
1 Year Price Graph
Jack Harrison's price started the season at around £0.60 and with strong, improving Championship performances, Harrison's price has gradually rose throughout the season and currently sits at £1.45. Harrison's price is now built up upon the assumption that he will be playing PB league football next season and his price could drop in price if Leeds United are not promoted and he remains playing in the Championship next season. However, it does seem very likely he will be playing in the Premier League with Leeds next season and given he is still relatively young, English and an improving, attacking player - the ceiling to where his price could go is very high. A few stand out Premier League performances could result in a huge demand for Harrison and he could possibly even earn media dividends. Harrison's work rate and discipline is also particularly impressive and he has the mental toughness to improve upon his current ability much further. Overall, Harrison has a lot of potential to continue to develop and he appears to have a fairly strong chance of earning dividends in the future and so could still be a fairly strong hold at his current price, despite increasing considerably throughout the season.
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