Leeds' Clarke to continue recovery at home after falling ill at Middlesbrough

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Jack Clarke has come up through the ranks at Leeds and this season the winger has grabbed a lot of eyeballs with his fine performances in the Championship. He has scored two goals and added two assists for Leeds in the English second division.

Liverpool could reportedly offer James Milner as part of a deal to sign youngster Jack Clarke from Leeds. Having made his debut for the Whites' senior team in October a year ago, the Englishman is going from strength to strength under the tutelage of manager Marcelo Bielsa.

Clarke has featured 16 times in the Championship this season for Bielsa's side, and received his fourth start of the league season in the contest. The Leeds prodigy has impressed with his pace, ball control and the ability to run at defenders from the wide areas.

Milner has been heavily linked with a move back to Elland Road should the club go on to secure promotion to the Premier League.

And if the report from the Daily Mirror is to be believed, Liverpool also have joined the hunt for the talented youngster.

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Clarke sparked a scare over his health, after collapsing on the bench during Leeds United's 1-1 draw against Middlesbrough this past weekend.

Clarke was discharged from hospital later that evening, and has spent the last few days recuperating at home.

According to the same story, 18-year-old Leeds United starlet is now on Klopp's radar as a potential recruit for the summer window.

Liverpool though aren't the only club interested in Jack Clarke as rumours have it that the likes of Man United and Tottenham might also launch bids for the winger during the summer transfer window.

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