What happened to Jack Clarke at Tottenham Hotspur?
That''s the question about ten million people.
During the summer of 2019 the Spurs spent quite a bit on signing the York-born winger from Leeds United.
Clarke now hasnt made a Premier League debut for Tottenham for three years.
And it appears like he never will.
According to The Northern Echo, the Lilywhites are in negotiations with Sunderland about selling the youngster to the newly-promoted Championship outfit.
Clarke spent the second half of last season on loan at the Stadium of Light, and it appears to have impressed Alex Neil enough to warrant the Sunderland boss to stay his game on a daily basis.
According to the reports, the player himself would be interested in a return to Wearside next season.
It appears that Tottenham has no intention of exploiting Ivan Perisic in their ranks this summer, as well as another wide player.
It''ll be a disappointing ending to his Spurs adventure, which never met the end.
Clarke hasn''t played a minute of Premier League football under any of the four Spurs managers he has experienced, including Mauricio Pochettino, Jose Mourinho, Nuno Espirito Santo, and Conte, and his loan in January was his fourth temporary spell at North London.
Clarke, who has under his belt less than 100 competitive minutes for the Lilywhites, never is closer to regularization in the senior set-up, and at this stage, a departure is certainly the best for all parties.