Tottenham are reportedly open to letting Jack Clarke exit the club on loan in January amid interest from a host of EFL sides, according to Football League World.
Clarke, 20, came to the attention of Tottenham following a number of strong performances for Leeds United and eventually made the move to North London in 2019.
However, the England U20 international has not had much success breaking into the senior team and has spent most of his time with Tottenham’s U23 side, as well as embarking on loans to Leeds, Queens Park Rangers and Stoke City.
Football League World now claim that Spurs are ‘ready to sanction’ another short-term move away for Clarke, while Nuno Espirito Santo has told the winger that he is free to leave in order gain more playing time.
The report claims a number of EFL sides are keeping tabs on the youngster’s situation, with Championship outfit AFC Bournemouth emerging as the club holding the biggest interest ahead of a potential January move.
Spurs Web Opinion
Clarke’s signing is still a bit of an odd one considering he has barely had any minutes in the first team. He is still young, however, and there is plenty of time for him to make a name for himself at Spurs He needs regular match minutes, so another loan could be handy going forward.
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