Bamford and Harrison would become Leeds' fourth and fifth signings this summer.
Harrison played over 50 games in the MLS for New York City prior to his move to City, and outlined his desire to hit the ground running in his new chapter with Leeds.
Harrison spent time on loan in the Championship last season, with a spell at Middlesbrough, however, he will be looking to make more of an impact during his time at Elland Road. "There are some similarities", Harrison told Sky Sports News.
"I have heard a little about him, speaking with Pep on his ideals and philosophies which was very interesting".
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Any young player would jump at the opportunity to work with the likes of Bielsa to look to improve themselves as much as possible..
"It is great to be somewhere I can be close to Manchester and to work with Marcelo".
Leeds's transfer business has intensified dramatically in the past few days with left-back Barry Douglas arriving on a three-year deal from Wolverhampton Wanderers and striker Patrick Bamford poised to sign in a £7m switch from Middlesbrough.
Harrison is in contention to represent Leeds against Stoke City on Sunday having played an active role in City's pre-season tour of the United States.
The England Under-21 worldwide played alongside Andrea Pirlo, Frank Lampard and David Villa at MLS club New York City FC before joining Guardiola's side, clocking up 14 goals and 10 assists in 55 appearances.