By Tom Collomosse For The Daily Mail
Published: 16:11 GMT, 23 December 2019 | Updated: 19:19 GMT, 23 December 2019
Fulham and Brentford are considering moving for Jack Clarke in January if Tottenham recall the winger from his loan spell at Leeds.
Clarke, who joined Spurs from Leeds for a deal that could ultimately be worth £11million last summer, was allowed to return to Elland Road on loan but has barely featured under Marcelo Bielsa, featuring for only 19 minutes in the league this term.
Spurs are now set to recall the 19-year-old and if they do, Leeds’ promotion rivals Fulham are thought to be interested along with Brentford, who are pushing for a play-off place.
Jack Clarke could be set for a January move to Brentford or Fulham if he is recalled from Leeds
The 19-year-old winger has struggled for game-time under Marcelo Bielsa this season
Clarke was one of the breakthrough stars of the Championship when he broke into the Leeds team last season but he has struggled to reproduce that form this term.
Clarke came through the youth system at the West Yorkshire club and made his first-team debut on 6 October last year against Brentford.
Clarke signed for Spurs from Leeds after a breakout season last term but hasn’t replicated it
He made 25 appearances for the club last season and helped them to the Championship play-off semi-finals, where they lost to Derby County.
Without Clarke, Leeds have had a similarly strong start to the season and are second in the table, although they have taken only a single point from their last two matches.
Fulham and Brentford consider move for Jack Clarke with Tottenham set to recall teen from Leeds
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