Port Vale boss Andy Crosby has said striker Ellis Harrison is attracting interest from elsewhere.
Port Vale could face a battle to keep hold of the attacker between now and the end of the transfer window at 11pm this evening.
Harrison, 29, only made the move to Vale Park 12 months ago and has since been a hit.
Crosby has provided this update on his situation, as per StokeOnTrentLive: “There is interest in Ellis from a few clubs and he is aware of the situation from my point of view.”
Port Vale man wanted
Port Vale need to ensure that they keep hold of Harrison beyond the deadline tonight. He was their top scorer last term on 11 goals and it would be hard to replace him at the top end of the pitch.
The former Wales youth international started his career at Bristol Rovers and rose up through the youth ranks at the Memorial Ground before going on to make 205 appearances for their first-team in all competitions, finding the net on 52 occasions.
He was then snapped up by Ipswich Town in 2018 and has since also had spells at Portsmouth and Fleetwood Town before linking up with his current club.
Harrison has found a home at Port Vale and has become one of their most prized assets. Crosby’s side had a tough start to the new campaign after losing 7-0 at Barnsley but have since bounced back with some impressive results and are unbeaten in their last four outings as they prepare for their clash against Oxford United this weekend.