Bournemouth signing this extremely talented 18-year-old Leeds prospect would be a brilliant move for their future

Bournemouth opinion: Cherries want Jack Clarke – a good option?

English news outlet the Derby Telegraph has reported that Bournemouth have joined the race for Leeds United starlet Jack Clarke. The Cherries are looking to replicate their success with David Brooks.

They made a move for Brooks last summer and the Welsh attacker has proven to be a big hit. He has contributed to 12 goals so far in the Premier League and is among Bournemouth’s best players. He arrived last summer from Sheffield United, making an immediate impact for his new club.

Bournemouth are similarly keen on making a move for Jack Clarke, as they believe that the young Leeds starlet is one for the future.

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It’s no surprise that Bournemouth have entered the race, with Arsenal (Daily Star), Liverpool (Express) and Tottenham (Express) already involved. However, the Cherries have a massive advantage, as they have a better path to first-team football.

A tricky customer, the 18-year-old uses a combination of pace and intelligence to beat opponents, but he has other attributes as well.

He also has an air of unpredictability about him, a quality that should be approved under Eddie Howe, as the Bournemouth manager demands the same from his players.

With Ryan Fraser and David Brooks being heavilylinked with a move away, the Cherries boss needs potential replacements.

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Jack Clarke may not be as quick off the mark, but under Eddie Howe, he should eventually get his chances.

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Conclusion

Jack Clarke is among the most promising players in England and has shown it this season, despite playing sporadically. The 18-year-old has a bright future and it’s one that Bournemouth need to take full advantage of in the future.

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Written by Siddhant Lazar

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