Tottenham Hotspur’s recent significant investments in Werner and Dragusin are poised to continue, and the club may soon reap the rewards of a past deal.
According to Alasdair Gold, the Football London correspondent for Tottenham Hotspur, the club could be set for a financial boost from the potential transfer of Sunderland’s winger, Jack Clarke.
As per the report, the left-winger was sold to Sunderland in 2021 for only £750,000, but the deal included a 25% sell-on clause, indicating that Tottenham will receive a quarter of any future transfer fee involving Clarke.
The 23-year-old left-winger has been in impressive form in the Championship this season, tallying 12 goals and 2 assists in 26 appearances.
His performances have not gone unnoticed, attracting interest from several Premier League clubs, including West Ham, Brentford and Crystal Palace.
While the report suggests that a bid exceeding £20m might tempt Sunderland to part ways with Clarke, it is believed that a mid-season move is less likely, with a potential transfer more probable in the upcoming summer.
Which means, whenever the transfer takes place, Spurs are set to profit on it by at least £5m if not more.
It was smart on Levy’s part to put a sell-on clause on the youngster, realising his potential.