Tottenham consider recalling Jack Clarke from Leeds loan in January

Tottenham consider recalling Jack Clarke from Leeds loan in January due to concerns over lack of playing time

  • Jack Clarke signed for Tottenham from Leeds but rejoined club on season loan
  • Young winger is yet to feature in the Championship for Leeds so far this season
  • Leeds have six loanees but only five can feature in any matchday squad 
  • This has led to concerns at Tottenham and the club may exercise recall option 

Tottenham are contemplating whether to end Jack Clarke’s loan spell at Leeds with the winger yet to play a minute of Championship football this season.

Clarke signed for Spurs this summer, but returned to Leeds on a season-long deal to continue his development.

 However, the club now have six temporary signings in their squad – but can only name five on a matchday, meaning Clarke has missed out.

Jack Clarke has yet to play in the Championship for Leeds this season after rejoining on loan

He has played two Carabao Cup games this season, but with Leeds now out of the competition he is unlikely to see much more action.

That has led Spurs to consider ending the arrangement in January in a bid to find him more playing time.

They inserted a release clause for the loan when agreeing to sign him in the summer. 

The promising young winger signed for Tottenham after impressing last season

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