Newcastle have Jack Harrison transfer bid rejected by Leeds as Eddie Howe looks to carry on spending spree

    NEWCASTLE have apparently were built with a £17million bid for Leeds star Jack Harrison rejected.

    The Magpies have previously introduced in Matt Target, Sven Botman, and Nick Pope for any combined total of £60million this summer time.

    Newcastle's transfer bid for Jack Harrison has been rejected by Leeds


    Newcastle’s transfer bid for Jack Harrison continues to be rejected by LeedsCredit: The Mega Agency

    And Toon boss Eddie Howe was interested in adding Harrison towards the listing of new recruits in front of the year.

    But his plans happen to be derailed by Leeds who’ve rebuffed the Magpies’ offer to sign Harrison, based on football journalist Pete O’Rourke.

    It’s believed that the Whites want £35m for that winger who scored the club’s final goal because they crawled Premier League survival over Brentford last season.

    He only signed for that Elland Road outfit for £10m last summer time from Man City, but his dazzling displays have experienced the Englishman’s stock greater than treble in the last 12 several weeks.

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    And Newcastle’s bid of £17m hasn’t impressed the Whites, based on The Sports.

    Leeds’ refusal to work is a huge blow to Toon boss Howe who’s eager to then add firepower to his attack.

    The uber-wealthy Saudi-owned side battled for goals last season, and Howe really wants to avoid a repeat scenario now.

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    However, the Magpies have a couple of targets on their own wishlist if your move for Harrison does not materialise.

    They have been associated with Aston Rental property starlet Carney Chukwuemeka who has only annually left on his contract.

    Another concentrate on the club have set sights on is Sochaux winger Alan Virginius.

    The 19-year-old billed like a star for future years also has only annually on left on his cope with the Ligue 2 side.

    And also the Toon hope to benefit from his situation by putting an £8m bid lower for him, reports claim.


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