Harrison, 26, has played for Leeds for the past five years. A whopping 206 games for Leeds in the league and national cup, scoring 68 goals. A player who improves every season.
One of eight senior players will go out on loan – along with Max Wober, Marc Roca, Robin Koch, Rasmus Kristensen, Diego Llorente, Brenden Aaronson and Luis Siniterra – who have joined Bournemouth. But injury hampered his Everton debut. The injury prevented the winger from playing. But on Wednesday night, Harrison was thrust into the starting line-up by Sean Dyche when the Toffees traveled to Aston Villa.
Some momentum is building at Everton – a 3-1 win over Brentford away in the Championship this weekend. Then, in the Carabao Cup, a 2-1 away win against Villa. Harrison posted on Instagram.
Harrison made his Everton debut after being loaned from Leeds
A brilliant win for Everton, who are also trying their best to sign Willy Gnonto from Leeds. Harrison lasted just over an hour – as James Garner and Dom Calvert-Lewin scored for Dyche’s side.
Boubacar Kamara made things interesting in the final third with a goal in the 83rd minute, but Everton claimed an impressive victory to book their place in the round of 16. Harrison impressed in his first outing in the blue shirt.
Indeed, many of his Everton teammates applauded him – including Calvert-Lewin, Amadou Onana and Dele Alli. Forshaw, who left Leeds this summer for Norwich, also reacted on Instagram.