Tottenham winger Jack Clarke has already begun preparations for the next season as the 19-year-old was spotted practicing his dribbling and shooting skills.
The video (seen below) was uploaded on Twitter and soon piqued the interest of Leeds United fans as the player was seen wearing his old Kappa shorts.
The England under-20 international came through the Whites’ youth academy and made his first-team debut for the club in the summer of 2018.
He made 22 appearances for Leeds that season while scoring 2 goals. His current club Tottenham came calling next summer and signed the youngster on an undisclosed fee until 2023.
As part of the contract, Clarke was to re-join and play the entirety of 2019-20 for Leeds.
In the month of December, due to lack of playing time at Elland Road, his loan deal with Leeds was terminated early and was called back to his parent club by new boss Jose Mourinho.
He eventually signed for Queens Park Rangers on a six-month loan deal on 16 January 2020 and came back to Tottenham this summer.
The Whites’ fans were impressed seeing the youngster in Leeds’ old Kappa merchandise, with one fan declaring that you can take the boy out of Leeds but not Leeds out of the boy.
They applauded the young lad as he showed affection for his boyhood club and he has clearly not forgotten where he’s come from.
Still relatively young, the talented winger is pacy and known for his dribbling and shooting skills as seen in the hype video below –