Everton have signed Leeds winger Jack Harrison on a season-long loan.

Harrison, who has spent the last five campaigns at Leeds after initially joining on loan, is Everton's fourth summer signing.

There was reportedly late interest from Aston Villa in bringing Harrison in, but they were supposedly put off by the fact the winger is not currently match fit.

Everton said on their official website: "The 26-year-old passed his medical with the club yesterday before completing the necessary paperwork this morning.

"He will now continue his rehabilitation from a minor hip injury before being available for Sean Dyche's squad."

The Toffees have signed forward Arnaut Danjuma from Villarreal, defender Ashley Young from Aston Villa and striker Youssef Chermiti from Sporting Lisbon since narrowly avoiding relegation last season.

Harrison, who joined Leeds for £11million from Manchester City in 2021 after spending three seasons on loan, is the ninth player involved last campaign to leave the club following their return to the Sky Bet Championship.

He scored 34 goals in 206 appearances in all competitions for Leeds after making his debut against Stoke on the opening day of the 2018-19 campaign.

His initial season-long loan at Elland Road was twice extended before he made the move permanent in 2021.

Harrison helped Leeds to top-flight promotion under Marcelo Bielsa in 2020 and signed a new five-year deal in April before the club's three-year stay in the Premier League ended in May, with a long list of players having since departed.

Max Wober (Borussia Monchengladbach), Brendan Aaronson (Union Berlin) and Robin Koch (Eintracht Frankfurt) have secured season-long loans in the Bundesliga.

Rasmus Kristensen (Roma) and Marc Roca (Real Betis) have completed season-long loan deals elsewhere, while Rodrigo, Joel Robles and Adam Forshaw have also departed Elland Road this summer.

Leeds, who appointed Daniel Farke as head coach in July, were without nine injured first-team players for their opening-day draw against Cardiff and skipper Liam Cooper sustained a long-term foot problem in that game.

The West Yorkshire club have taken disciplinary action against forward Willy Gnonto after the Italian declared himself unavailable as he seeks a move back to the top flight, amid interest from Everton and Aston Villa.

Another player, Luis Sinisterra, was not included in Farke's squad at Birmingham, where Leeds lost 1-0 on Saturday, as he too is expected to leave Elland Road.