Published: Tue, February 12, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Jack Clarke: Leeds United teenager taken to hospital after Middlesbrough draw

Jack Clarke: Leeds United teenager taken to hospital after Middlesbrough draw

Kinnear said that the 18-year-old, who played the first half of the game before being substituted, spent the night at the hospital and will undergo tests but gave a positive assessment of his condition.

Liverpool could be planning a summer swoop for Leeds United's teenage starlet Jack Clarke as they look to improve their squad for next season.

Leeds later added in an official statement: "Jack Clarke began to feel unwell during the second half of our Sky Bet Championship fixture with Middlesbrough and received medical attention". He was swiftly given oxygen and after a lengthy and concerning spell of treatment was taken on a stretcher to the dressing room.

Fans have been wishing Clarke the best.

The youngster hit the headlines on Saturday after being taken to hospital after coming off against Middlesbrough.

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He said: "What we know is that he didn't feel well". "All our thoughts go to the lad Clarke".

The 18-year-old is a product of the Leeds' academy and has been making the right waves in the English second division, in what is his debut campaign.

In 16 league appearances Clarke has scored two goals and has two assists, but has clearly done enough in that time to appear on Liverpool's transfer radar.

Marcelo Bielsa's side earned a dramatic late point thanks to a Kalvin Phillips equaliser in the 11th-minute of stoppage time.

The draw sends Bielsa's side a point clear of Norwich at the top though the Canaries can reclaim that position if they beat East Anglian rivals bottom-placed Ipswich Town on Sunday.

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