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Leeds United to cut short loan of Tottenham Hotspur youngster Jack Clarke?

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Leeds United reportedly intend on cutting short the loan deal of Tottenham Hotspur youngster Jack Clarke in January.

Leeds United are reportedly prepared to cut short the loan spell of Tottenham Hotspur winger Jack Clarke.

As part of the deal which took the teenager to the Premier League giants, Leeds were allowed to keep the 18-year-old for another year on a temporary basis.

However, while Spurs would have been hoping for Clarke to make regular appearances, the attacker has been restricted to just two outings in the EFL Cup.

According to The Sun, the lack of action will lead to Clarke officially returning to Spurs during the January transfer window in order to free up a space in Leeds' squad.

The move will, in theory, also benefit Spurs and the player, with the prospect unlikely to be short of offers from other clubs in the Championship.

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