Tottenham Hotspur have confirmed that Jack Clarke has left the club to join Sunderland on a permanent deal.

The 21-year-old joined the north Londoners from Leeds United in July 2019 in a £10million deal which was Spurs’ first new signing for 518 days after going through two transfer windows without spending a penny (The Sun).

Clarke made four appearances in Tottenham colours, all of which came in domestic and European cup competitions (transfermarkt).

The winger spent the second half of last season on loan at Sunderland, where he helped the Black Cats to secure promotion back to the Championship through the play-offs and joins former Spurs players Dennis Cirkin and Alex Prichard at the Stadium of Light on a permanent basis.

SpursWeb Opinion

Clarke’s time at Tottenham has been a disappointment for both the player and the club, having seen a number of different managers and multiple loan spells has arguably not helped, however he is not near the level required at this stage of his career to push for a place in Antonio Conte’s squad.

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