Jack Clarke

Tottenham Hotspur

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Player Review

Jack Clarke is a winger for Tottenham Hotspur. Clarke broke through at Leeds United in the 2018-2019 making a total of 22 appearances and he impressed Tottenham Hotspur which led to him being signed by Spurs for a fee in the region of £10 Million in July 2019. Last season, Clarke was then sent on loan to QPR in the Championship, where he struggled to gain regular game. Clarke is fairly fast and will often use his agility to drop his shoulder and quickly turn defenders with quick body movements. Clarke is strong at dribbling and he has shown in the past, at his time at Leeds United, that he does have strong vision and high potential. However, last season he seemed low on confidence and due to a lack of strength, he failed to make an impact. Clarke certainly has the potential to develop into a high quality player, but he will need to get stronger and even faster to have a good chance of breaking into the Tottenham Hotspur starting line-up. Clarke will also need to improve his decision making in the final third, until he can do so he will remain very unproven and will continue to appear likely a very unlikely dividend earner.

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Price Analysis

Jack Clarke's price peaked at £1.76 in July 2019 following his move to Tottenham Hotspur. Since then, Clarke's price has dropped considerably and has remained relatively stagnant over the last 12 months. Clarke's price has recently risen due to him making a late substitute appearance against LASK in the Europa League. However, he still has a very wide spread with a current market price of £1.03 and an instant sell price of £0.66. Clarke's price could rise longer term with the growth of the platform as he is likely to develop and improve as a player whilst at Tottenham and he does have a very high price ceiling. However, he is currently hugely unproven and even at his instant sell price he is arguably a risky hold due to his low chances of earning match day dividends. Overall, Clarke is a risky hold and there are much more proven players at similar prices who will have better chances of earning dividends in the short term, but Clarke could be attractive due to his high price ceiling as a young, attacking, English winger at a strong side.

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