West Ham Eyeing Jack Clarke as Summer Transfer Target


West Ham United are reportedly stepping up their interest in Sunderland winger Jack Clarke, with the 23-year-old refusing a new contract offer at his current club.

Sunderland’s wage structure is preventing them from offering Clarke a lucrative deal, leaving him in the final two years of his contract. This situation has put the Championship club on red alert for potential transfer offers.

The Hammers have been linked with Clarke for several months and are not alone in their pursuit. Several Premier League teams, including Lazio who had a £16.5 million bid rejected recently, are also interested.

West Ham might need to act quickly to secure Clarke before a potential bidding war erupts in the summer transfer window.

Having only managed four appearances for Tottenham Hotspur, Clarke is likely keen for another chance to prove himself in the Premier League. His impressive goalscoring record in the Championship (15 goals and 4 assists in 33 games this season) strengthens his case.

With Said Benrahma’s departure to Lyon and Maxwel Cornet’s struggles, West Ham are in need of attacking reinforcements. Perhaps Clarke could be the answer?

Who knows, but Clarke could replicate the success of Jarrod Bowen, another winger West Ham recruited from the Championship. Bowen has become a key player for the Hammers.

Jack Clarke is a promising transfer target for West Ham. His availability, desire to return to the Premier League, and recent goalscoring form all make him a player to watch in the upcoming summer transfer window.

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