Football.London have revealed that Tottenham Hotspur will either look to offload Jack Clarke this summer or offer the winger a new contract.
Clarke has struggled to make an impact since arriving at Tottenham in a £10m deal (Evening Standard) from Leeds in the summer of 2019.
The 21-year-old had unsuccessful spells at Leeds United and QPR during the 2019/20 campaign but the winger did show some promise during his loan spell at Stoke City in the second half of last season.
After impressing for Tottenham’s Under-23s in the first half of this campaign, the youngster was loaned out to Sunderland in January.
While the former Leeds man has shown glimpses of quality for the League One club, he has been unable to establish himself as a regular in the Black Cats’ starting eleven.
Football.London have revealed that Spurs will have a decision to make regarding Clarke at the end of the season since the winger has just 12 months left to run on his contract.
The report claims the Lilywhites could decide to offload the wide-man if there is some interest this summer.
Otherwise, it is said that Tottenham will hand the youngster a small contract extension and send him out on loan again in the hope that it will raise interest.
Spurs Web Opinion
The fact that Clarke is struggling to get regular starts for a League One side is not very encouraging. I do not expect too many EFL clubs to be willing to pay a decent fee for the winger this summer. It looks like another loan spell might be the only option for Spurs and the player.
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