Tottenham £10m man heads out on loan for remainder of the season

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Tottenham Hotspur have confirmed that Jack Clarke has joined Sunderland on loan for the remainder of the season.

The 21-year-old winger has struggled for game time since joining the club, having failed to break into Nuno Espirito Santo or Antonio Conte’s plans during the current campaign.

Clarke joined Spurs from Leeds for a reported £10million fee in 2019 and also struggled on subsequent loans at his former club and QPR (The Sun).

He saw a loan spell at Championship outfit Stoke City cut short due to an ankle injury in April (Football.London), having played regularly for the Potters before being sidelined (transfermarkt).

SpursWeb Opinion

Clarke is considerably down in the pecking order under Antonio Conte and a loan represents his best chances of playing first-team, otherwise, the remainder of the campaign playing Premier League 2 football would bekon.

Long-term, a permanent move away from the club would benefit Clarke who unfortunately is not a cut above the likes of Bryan Gil.

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