Sheffield Wednesday are interested in Hull City defender Max Clark, as reported by The72 yesterday. Here are five things to know about him-
1. He broke into the Hull’s first-team last season- His debut for the Tigers was on the opening day of the 2017/18 season away to Aston Villa. He since played 30 games in all competitions in his impressive breakthrough season.
2. He is a product of the Hull academy- The 22-year-old currently play for his home-town club, but is leaving them at the end of June. He joined the Tigers in 2006 having previously played for his local side Barham Boys Club and Clark has risen through the youth ranks at the Tigers.
3. Clark gained first-team experience at Cambridge United- He spent time on loan in the 2015/16 season at Cambridge United in League Two and played 9 games for them. Clark then re-joined them on a season-long loan in the summer of 2016 and spent the whole 2016/17 campaign with them again, playing 35 games in all competitions.
4. He has represented England at youth levels- Clark played for England’s Under-16’s on 12 occasions as a youngster, as well as playing 3 times for England’s Under-17’s. He was also called for the Under-18’s in November 2013 but did not make an appearance for them.
5. Clark can also play in midfield- He can play as a left-back and central midfielder which is interesting for Forest fans to note about their potential transfer target. He played a lot for Cambridge in midfield but has mainly been used as a defender this season for Hull.