Watch highlights of Leeds United youngster Jack Clarke from the 2018/2019 season. The 18-year-old is set to join Tottenham this transfer window after having a breakout season in the Championship. The winger scored 2 goals and got 2 assists last season.



  1. Decent player but got ill and came back average but still young and lots to prove. Good idea to sell him to Spurs and loan him back for a season as I doubt he will break into the first 11 at Spurs. Good business for both parties.

  2. As a United fan I've never seen him play but he looks alright. Some people saying his form dropped off which isn't the best thing to hear especially when he's doing it in the championship and not the champions league. Still young though so let's wait and see.

  3. Looks decent, good control of the ball and can beat players. Cheap as well so min risk for spurs. Hope he has the right attitude, works hard and makes the most of his ability and this opportunity.

  4. He’ll get more game time than some non spurs fans are saying. There isn’t a ton of competition past Moura in his position and Skipp and Foyth, both very much prospects, got quite a bit of game time this year. If he trains well, Poch will play him

  5. He’s a good prospect signing. I don’t see him getting significant first team time with son Lucas lamela etc running the wings but hopefully poch does what he does best and develops him into a stud

  6. I have seen the pattern now with this signing. Close control and ability to round players, create space and open up defences is the midfield we at Spurs crave. Now all we need are those precise finishers to compliment Son and Kane. Attacking forwards and out and out strikers who hover around the six yard box will not look untidy in formation variation.. roll on the mighty Spurs

  7. Shame to see one of our young talents off to a big club so soon 💛💙💛💙

    He only started a handful of games this season and it’s a surprising signing from spurs 🤔

  8. As others have said, he is a traditional English winger. I wasn't particularly impressed by the highlights, but that doesn't mean he won't be a good player, he's just not the next Sancho/Bale or something like that.

    He is not really beating his man much in this video as far as I can see. He's a decent dribbler but has no trickery or flair as such, and decent, but not outstanding, pace.

    He has a decent footballing brain though – a lot better than a lot of technically superior and faster wingers, and I suspect this is a large part of why Spurs signed him. I reckon he'll be more of a winger in the Beckham mould, rather than say Neymar.


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