Born: 23 November 2000 (York, England)
Jack Clarke joined us from Leeds United in July, 2019.
Upon signing, he returned to Leeds on loan, where he played three times in the Championship. After coming back to Spurs in January, 2020, he promptly joined Queens Park Rangers on loan for the remainder of the 2019/20 season, making seven appearances.
He made his first team debut off the bench against LASK in the UEFA Europa League in October, 2020, one of three substitute appearances in the first half of 2020/21. He then joined Championship side Stoke City on loan for the remainder of that campaign, making 14 appearances.
In January, 2022, after featuring regularly for our Development Squad during the first half of the 2021/22 season, scoring four goals in 18 appearances in all competitions and playing once more for the first team, Jack joined League One side Sunderland on loan for the remainder of the campaign.
Born in York, the winger came through the ranks at Leeds and made his breakthrough in 2018/19 under Marcelo Bielsa, playing 25 times and scoring two goals as the Whites reached the Championship play-offs. The teenager was also named the Leeds United Young Player of the Year for his performances. He has six England Under-20 caps to his name.