This article is part of Football League World’s ‘The Verdict‘ series, which provides personal opinions from the FLW writers regarding the latest breaking news, teams, players, managers, potential signings and more…
Tottenham Hotspur winger Jack Clarke could be on the move in January, according to a report from football.london.
The 20-year-old was sent out on loan twice last term and having not featured once for the first team this term, it is understood that he may leave the club temporarily in the January window.
But should EFL clubs move for him? And if so, who?
We asked our FLW writers for their thoughts…
I think there would be interest but it’s hard to say who.
Clarke’s career has gone a little quiet since moving to Spurs and I just hope he joins a side in January that can get him back going.
QPR looked a good idea last year but it never really worked there so that needs to be avoided again this time around.
He’s definitely Championship quality and a side that plays good attacking football would suit him well.
Maybe a Swansea City type outfit given Steve Cooper’s real talent of working with young players and getting the best out of them, plus Spurs have that relationship there with the club given the recent transfer involving Joe Rodon.
Which club did Sheffield Wednesday sign each of these 25 players from?
I think someone like Reading could benefit from signing the Spurs youngster on loan.
Clarke has a point to prove in senior football, and a move to the Madejski Stadium could present him with the opportunity to do just that.
Reading need depth in wide areas of their team, with Veljko Paunovic’s side looking thin on depth heading into the festive period.
The likes of Bristol City, Derby County and Sheffield Wednesday could also benefit from signing a player of Clarke’s quality.
We’ve seen glimpses of his quality with Leeds United, but I was surprised to see him move to Spurs when he did.
He’ll be eager to find regular game time in first-team football soon, as it seems highly unlikely that he’ll feature much for Jose Mourinho’s side.
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