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EFL club intent on signing Tottenham youngster on loan this summer – report

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Jack Clarke is looking at a promising career ahead

Tottenham starlet Jack Clarke a loan target for Nottingham Forest

According to The Athletic (Subscription Required), EFL Championship club Nottingham Forest have registered an interest in taking Tottenham Hotspur starlet Jack Clarke on loan for the next season.

The fallen giants of English football, Nottingham Forest are set for a new era under new CEO Dane Murphy, who, along with manager Chris Hughton aims to get the Reds back in the big leagues. And with plans being drafted for the upcoming campaign, Tottenham starlet Clarke has emerged as a potential loan target.

Jack Clarke
Jack Clarke signed for Tottenham in 2019 (Image credit: Tottenham Twitter)

Clarke signed for Tottenham Hotspur back in the summer of 2019 in a deal worth £10m. But, he was immediately loaned out to boyhood club Leeds United. A lack of game-time meant he was recalled in January before sent to QPR for another loan spell, where he featured sparingly yet again.

Last season saw Clarke remain at Tottenham for the first half, making sporadic appearances here and there before he signed for Stoke City in January. The young winger made a decent impression with the Potters, as he went on to make 14 appearances for them, registering two assists before an injury cut his season short.

Now back at Tottenham, Clarke is expected to be loaned out yet again this summer, as reported by Football.london. And, the aforementioned report from The Athletic has claimed that Nottingham Forest would be open to taking him on for a temporary stint.

Jack Clarke joined Stoke City on loan in January
Jack Clarke spent the second half of 2020/21 at Stoke City

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Hughton, a former Tottenham manager, should have some advantage in pursuing a loan deal for Clarke given his connections with the club. The youngster himself would stand to benefit from going out on loan rather than warming the benches at Spurs. It now remains to be seen if Nottingham Forest are able to reach an agreement over a temporary deal.

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