As per Football League World, a significant update has emerged on the future of Tottenham Hotspur winger Jack Clarke.
The Lowdown: Clarke struggles continue…
Since his move to N17 from Leeds United in 2019 for an initial £10 million fee, it’s safe to say the youngster’s Tottenham career has been a complete non-starter so far.
Does Jack Clarke have a future at Spurs?
Yes, he will come good
No, time to leave...
The 20-year-old has since endured several Football League stints out on loan in an effort to nurture his development, most recently Stoke City for the second half of last campaign as Spurs sanctioned his 2021 January loan move.
Now, as per FLW, Nuno Espirito Santo has personally sent a message to the player.
The Latest: Spurs set to sanction another move away…
According to their sources, the Spurs head coach has now told Clarke he is free to leave as a plethora of lower league clubs take interest in signing him on loan.
As well as this, Tottenham are now ‘ready to sanction’ another move away for the attacker after his most recent temporary move to the bet365 stadium in January last year.
AFC Bournemouth are apparently the most keen to snap him up mid-season with Spurs’ stance made crystal clear.
The Verdict: Last chance saloon?
With his contract expiring at the end of next season in 2023, we believe it could be last chance for Clarke to resurrect his career and prove to Spurs he still possesses the quality to come good.
Signed after an impressive start to his original career at Leeds, the forward simply must rediscover that form and send Nuno his own message that he may have a part to play in future.
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