Tottenham winger, Jack Clarke, is nearing the exit door and is set to join Stoke City on loan, according to a report from the Daily Mail.
The youngster, who arrived in north London from Leeds, has found regular minutes hard to come by this term, despite impressing Jose Mourinho with his performances in training earlier in the campaign.
And now the Mail claims it is Stoke who have won the race to sign Clarke. The Potters beating a host of Championship clubs to land the winger until the end of the season.
Clarke will join fellow Premier League youngster Rhys Norrington-Davies at the club after the young defender signed from Sheffield United yesterday.
Mourinho has looked on this season and seen Oliver Skipp do well in the Championship. He’ll be hoping, then, that Clarke can follow suit and impress in the second tier.
A move that was needed, Clarke should do well in Stoke – TBR View
The Potters are starting to come good again under Michael O’Neill and Clarke should get chances to impress at Stoke.
He needed a move for himself above anything else, so a move to the Championship is the ideal scenario in January really.
Clarke has bags of talent and proved at Leeds he can do it at that level. For Stoke, it is another impressive loan addition and a player who could help them into the top six come the end of the campaign.