'No manager would ignore his skill': Leeds boss delivers verdict on £8.5m player - originally posted on Sportslens.com
Leeds United boss Marcelo Bielsa has stated that younger winger Jack Clarke is enhancing.
The 18-year-old joined Tottenham Hotspur in the summer transfer window for a reported fee of £8.5m, but he was shortly sent back on loan to the Yorkshire membership for all the 2019-20 marketing campaign.
Clarke, who impressed closely throughout Bielsa’s first season in charge making 24 appearances, has struggled badly to date and is but to make an appearance within the Championship.
He has only two appearances within the League Cup and didn’t carry out to the expected levels. There are even recommendations that Spurs might recall Clarke back to the membership if he fails to get common games.
The teenager has also been omitted from United’s matchday squad on occasions as a consequence of mortgage restrictions imposed by the Football League.
Nevertheless, the Argentine has said that the teenager is ‘enhancing’ and he's regularly finding his degree.
“He's enhancing,” said Bielsa, as quoted by Yorkshire Evening Post.
“Clarke has a course of that permits him to play in the first staff. After he had an issue [he was] far for an extended interval.
“Now, step-by-step, he’s finding his degree. When an attacker performs properly, he instantly turns into a useful resource for the supervisor as a result of it’s very troublesome to play nicely if you end up attacking.
“Clarke has the identical choices as Pablo [Hernandez], Helder [Costa] and [Jack] Harrison.
Bielsa’s latest feedback will come as an encouragement for Clarke, and it stays to be seen whether the Argentine consists of him within the coming matches.