New York City FC forward Jack Harrison could be on the move — across the pond.
Goal.com reported Saturday that Stoke City of the English Premier League has put forth a $4.5 million offer for the English Under-21 international, with incentives that could push the deal to $6 million.
Harrison did not deny an offer was made during an interview session at the Major League Soccer preseason media tour in Los Angeles.
“Nothing is official right now,” he said. “I just leave all that stuff to my agent. As of right now I’m a New York City player, so my focus is here. I leave all of that with [my agency] to see what they can do.”
The 21-year-old Harrison, who was born in Stoke-on-Trent, said he would like to play in the EPL someday.
“Everyone dreams of playing in the top leagues in Europe,” he said. “The Premier League is one of the top leagues there. It would be a dream to play there but my focus is here right now. I’m a New York City player right now, nothing is official, so we’ll just have to see what happens.”
Harrison scored 10 goals and assisted on six others in 34 matches last season. In his 2016 rookie season, Harrison recorded four goals and seven assists.