Leeds United winger Jack Harrison is currently struggling for form at Everton, and his chances of staying there permanently have been dealt another blow by the Toffees’ latest Profit and Sustainability guilty verdict.
Leeds loaned out a great deal of players in the summer window, with the vast majority of them not welcome back at the club, given the manner in which they pushed to leave after contributing to relegation.
Jack Harrison was one of the final players to leave the club on loan in August, heading to Goodison Park with Sean Dyche’s Everton, who stayed up on the final day of 22/23, condemning Leeds and Leicester City.
Harrison’s Everton hit with another Premier League charge
After already being deducted 10 points earlier in the season due to a breach of profit and sustainability rules, Everton have been hit again this week with another confirmed charge.
The Toffees would be dropping back into the bottom three as they sit a point clear of the drop as things stand on 17, while Nottingham Forest would surely join them too if the same 10-point sanction is applied – the new bottom three would be Everton in 20th, Sheffield United in 19th, and Forest in 18th.
Jack Harrison’s permanent deal in jeopardy
If it wasn’t already abundantly clear, Everton are unlikely to be in any position to make ambitious signings going forward, with their takeover by 777 still in the pipeline as loans pile up.
As for Harrison, it certainly leaves him in limbo knowing that he’s at a club where he is not expected to be affordable, and on loan from a club that are not expected to want to make room for him.