Tottenham are just days away from the biggest match in their recent history.
No matter what happens during the course of the 90 minutes, Mauricio Pochettino and his men have done the fanbase massively proud and it’s an achievement they will never forget.
Although this remains the most important day for Tottenham, great attention is already being paid to the transfer window and who could better Spurs ahead of next season.
Reports (from the Daily Star on the 22nd) are linking Tottenham with a move for Leeds youngster Jack Clarke, after Marcelo Bielsa and his side failed to gain promotion to the top flight.
Clarke (who is valued at £900k on Transfermarkt) is one of many who shone at Elland Road this campaign and consequently burst onto the radar of many top clubs, including Tottenham.
Despite making just 25 appearances, Clarke was recognised as Leeds’ Young Player of the Year, many thanks to not only the two goals and two assists he grabbed, but also his level of performances overall.
The 18-year-old tends not to give a moments rest to opposition defenders and he certainly seems to have the makings of a terrifically talented young player.
Under the guidance of Pochettino, you can certainly believe that Clarke will get much better as well.
Tottenham have a good track record of developing youngsters, and Clarke could be another shining example of that.
With support from the array of attacking talent Tottenham already have, the 18-year-old would be learning from some of the best players in the league, which could only help him on his journey to becoming a recognised England star.
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