Tottenham’s Jack Clarke is reportedly destined to leave the club on loan again in the summer.
According to Football London, the 20-year-old will ‘undoubtedly’ leave Spurs next season on loan in search of regular minutes elsewhere.
The attacker has been out on loan during the second half of this season with Championship club Stoke City, but he did confirm (Instagram) a couple of days ago that he’s returned to north London early due to an injury.
Clarke failed to nail down a regular starting position with Stoke, scoring zero goals and supplying two assists in 14 appearances for them.
However, the skilful £31,000-a-week (Spotrac) winger did show some flashes of brilliance that earned him a few rave reviews from Stoke fans.
The Englishman’s time out on loan in the Championship during the 2019/20 season was another where he failed to really make a serious impact, which is a worry for the Spurs youngster.
It’s no surprise to hear Clarke will be leaving again in the summer on a temporary basis.
Unfortunately, right now the wide player looks a way off the quality in Jose Mourinho’s senior Spurs squad on the wings.
Clarke didn’t look too bad in his brief three first-team appearances at Spurs, but right now he’s failed to live up to anywhere near the hype that surfaced when he joined the club in July 2019 from Leeds United.