SPURS winger Jack Clarke has actually joined Stoke City on loan to become Michael O’Neill’s 3rd signing of the January transfer window.
The 20-year-old has actually joined the Potters for the rest of the season, hard on the heels of recent finalizings Rabbi Matondo and Rhys Norrington-Davies.
Clarke will train with his new team-mates on Friday, ahead of Saturday’s trip to Blackburn.
And O’Neill has actually challenged him to utilize his style to boost the Potters’ promo push.
The previous Northern Ireland manager stated: “Jack is an interesting young broad player who will bring an included measurement to our resources for the rest of the season.”
Clarke started his career with Leeds, making his senior debut in 2018 and won the Yorkshire club’s Young Gamer of the Season at the end of his very first project.
He relocated to Tottenham in July 2019 but was loaned back to Leeds, although he just made a handful of appearances before being recalled by Spurs.
He also had a loan spell with QPR last season and made his Spurs debut in October of in 2015 in a Europa League tie versus LASK Linz.
Clarke came on for Dele Alli and teamed up with Gareth Bale for the last 25 minutes of Spurs’ 5-0 FA Cup win against Marine on Sunday.
Alli triggered some hysterics throughout the video game when he tripped over without a challenger in sight.
The out-of-favour midfielder triggered Kid to laugh on the bench with Bale waving a fictional yellow card after his friend’s tumble.
But Alli’s efficiency endeared himself to manager Jose Mourinho who admitted the England man had actually played himself back into contention amid rumours of a reunion with Mauricio Pochettino at PSG.
In addition to England Under-20s ace Clarke, Alfie Devine, 16, impressed against Marine with a strong strike but the fresh-faced wonderkid was rewarded for his objective heroics by instantly being returned to the academy.