Harrison joined Everton on loan in the summer and the Toffees do not have an option to make the move permanent.


The winger was one of several players who left Leeds on loan in the last transfer window following their relegation from the Premier League.




Some of the exits were acrimonious in nature, but Newsome believes Harrison’s circumstances were completely different.


He pointed out that Leeds did put him in a difficult position by trying to sell him in January to Leicester City and said he is one of the players the fans would not be against the idea of welcoming back if they get promoted this season.



However, Newsome stressed that most of the other players would not be welcomed back to Elland Road given the way they forced their exits.


The former White said on BBC Radio Leeds: “Yes, I think so [Harrison would be welcomed back].



“You can’t discount the fact that in the January window, they sought of hung Jack out to dry and sent him off to Leicester City.


“I think Jack Harrison shouldn’t be included in that discussion but some of the others? Absolutely.


“[Luis] Sinisterra, Tyler Adams [sold to Bournemouth], [Marc] Roca, [Brenden] Aaronson, [Diego] Llorente etc [are players who would not be welcomed back].


“The other thing is, it’s not all their responsibility but they were the players who got the club relegated.


“They were the ones who weren’t good enough at the Premier League level.”


Leeds are sitting third in the Championship standings but are significantly behind the top two at the moment.