Liverpool have sent scouts to watch Leeds United ace Jack Clarke and Jurgen Klopp is reportedly happy with the reports he has received from his Anfield representatives.

The Reds are well-renowned for being a club that appreciates young talent and as Klopp has shown since he came in as Liverpool manager, he is more than ready to promote players to the first team if they are good enough and can handle the heat of playing in high-pressure situations.

According to the Mirror, Liverpool sent scouts to watch Leeds United’s 18-year-old ace Jack Clarke and have been pleased with his performances to the point that they might target a summer move for him.

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The Mirror also suggests that Tottenham, Arsenal and the Manchester clubs are interested in Clarke and that Liverpool will have to see off competition from their Premier League rivals to sign the Elland Road prodigy.

Clarke collapsed on the Leeds bench on Saturday after playing 82 minutes for Marcelo Bielsa’s side but thankfully the winger is not in any danger with regards to his health.

Clarke’s agent Ian Harte revealed on Twitter: “Jack has left the hospital now happy and smiling. Hopefully back on the pitch very soon. A big thanks to everyone involved with James Cook hospital the staff have been brilliant!!!”

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