July 25, 2024

Simon Grayson believes Jack Clarke would be an excellent addition to Leeds United during the summer transfer window. However, the former Leeds manager thinks Clarke will only move to a Premier League club if he leaves Sunderland. According to the Yorkshire Evening Post, Sunderland values the 23-year-old English attacker at £15 million.

Grayson told the newspaper on June 21, “Jack Clarke has had an exceptional season, but he would only leave Sunderland for a Premier League team. Leeds had to sell him previously due to financial reasons, but he would be an incredible addition. With players like Willy Gnonto, Dan James, Crysencio Summerville, Patrick Bamford, and Joel Piroe, Leeds have attackers that would fit into many Premier League teams. Let’s wait for the summer and see what happens; he would be an unbelievable weapon to have.”

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Clarke rejoining Leeds this summer would be a fantastic move for the club, especially if Crysencio Summerville leaves. As an academy product, Clarke has shown immense potential during his previous time at Elland Road and has performed well against Leeds. His dribbling, chance creation, and goal-scoring abilities would significantly enhance Leeds’ attack. Moreover, his familiarity with the club and fans would help him settle in quickly and make an immediate impact.

Clarke’s experience in the Championship and Premier League, combined with his young age, makes him a long-term asset for Leeds. His signing would also demonstrate the club’s commitment to nurturing homegrown talent, resonating well with the fanbase.

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