Leeds United are likely to sell Crysencio Summerville and Jack Harrison this summer, as Everton remain interested.
That’s according to The Athletic’s Phil Hay, who thinks the Whites will offload the duo as they continue to be linked with a move away.
Summerville and Harrison were two shining lights in a underwhelming campaign that saw Leeds United relegated to the Championship.
As well as Wilfried Gnonto, various reports have claimed that Everton are one club monitoring the players as they look to bolster their attack.
Calciomercato have already reported that the Toffees are leading the race to sign Gnonto, but they could still look to reunite the Italian with his current teammates at Goodison Park.
Speaking on The Square Ball, Hay said: “I think Summerville will leave. I think the odds probably say that Harrison will get an offer that Leeds had to take at some point. Perhaps not but that’s kind of how it feels it is.
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“There are clubs looking at him like Everton and others. But [Willy] Gnonto’s there and Dan James will be back next week to train and could be involved this season. Could actually be quite handy in the Championship.”
Summerville has reportedly already refused to commit his future to Leeds following their relegation, while talkSPORT have claimed that a number of clubs are targeting Harrison due to a relegation clause that could make him available on a cut-price deal.
Gnonto, Harrison and Summerville – who should Everton sign?
Everton will definitely face a lot of competition in chasing the Leeds United players, however to sign at least one of them would be very promising.
Wilfried Gnonto currently looks the most likely as they sit in pole position to lure him away from Elland Road, but Jack Harrison could also be a brilliant signing.
The winger has netted 21 goals in the Premier League since the Whites were promoted in 2020 and could prove to be a real bargain if they can snap him up for less than the £20 million that Newcastle United bid for him last summer.
Crysencio Summerville also looks to be a real threat up top, with The Telegraph claiming he could be available for upwards of £12m.
While the cheapest, I think Everton would benefit most from the arrival of either of his teammates – with Gnonto arguably the most exciting of the trio.