🚨According to football expert Paul Robinson, Leeds United will benefit from a considerable financial boost as a result of Jack Harrison’s loan return to Everton


Paul Robinson says Leeds United have taken a burden off their shoulders by not having to contribute to Jack Harrison’s wages next season.

Ex-Leeds goalkeeper Robinson, who is heavily involved with his club, explained on the new edition of Football Insider’s Inside Track podcast that the club’s aim to meet the PSR guidelines by Sunday was given a significant boost when he was exempted from paying Harrison. next term.

Following the midfielder’s return to Goodison Park, Everton will pay 100% of Harrison’s wages for next season in exchange for Leeds not receiving a loan fee [The Athletic, June 19].

Fans at Elland Road are overjoyed at the news of Harrison’s departure as Daniel Farke and his staff rebuild the squad, with Football Insider [20. June] reveals that many fans want Harrison removed for good.

Leeds are looking to offload several of those returning from loan spells this pre-season, with only Brenden Aaronson expected to return after spending last term at Union Berlin.

Leeds United boosted by Jack Harrison news

Former goalkeeper Whiteov Robinson believes Leeds United have managed to get Harrison’s wages off the books for a year, along with his views on Aaronson’s potential return to Leeds’ plans.

“It’s another big payoff for Leeds,” he said.

“People forget that FFP and PSR are not just about transfer fees, they are also about wages.

“Aston Villa were the club that broke this last season when they gave Ollie Watkins a new contract.

“Leeds need to consider balancing their wages and their numbers in terms of the transfer business.

“I think [Daniel Farke] said that Brenden Aaronson would be the only one of the loan players from last season who could come back into the team and reintegrate into the squad.

“He did a good job for them in the Championship; I thought he was easy in the Premier League.

“But he can almost be a new signing for a manager to work with.”

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