He has scored two goals and added two assists for Leeds in the English second division.
Liverpool have joined Arsenal and Tottenham in the battle to sign highly-rated Leeds United attacker Jack Clarke ahead of the summer, according to the Mirror. Having made his debut for the Whites' senior team in October previous year, the Englishman is going from strength to strength under the tutelage of manager Marcelo Bielsa. The Leeds prodigy has impressed with his pace, ball control and the ability to run at defenders from the wide areas.
The enduring worry about his condition ensured that Marcelo Bielsa's post-match media duties were unusually succinct, with the Leeds manager anxious to get to his player's side.
The newspaper says Liverpool scouts have been keeping a close eye on the teenagers progress and have sent back positive reports to Klopp so the Reds boss is now considering a move when the window re-opens in July.
Clarke has been valued at around £12m despite only making his debut earlier this season.
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Jack Clarke has expressed his appreciation for the outpouring of support he has received since collapsing during Leeds United's 1-1 draw at Middlesbrough.
Clarke was discharged from hospital later that evening, and has spent the last few days recuperating at home.
The Anfield outfit though are not the only club who want to sign the youngster but Klopp can offer Leeds something which the other clubs cannot.
Either way, we could very well see Clarke in action in the Premier League next term, with the Whites in a strong position to clinch promotion.