Championship duo Blackburn Rovers and Brentford are keen on signing Vitesse defender Max Clark.
According to journalist Alan Nixon, both clubs have watched left-back Clark, who has been impressing over the Eredivisie after making his move to Holland following a spell in the Championship with Hull City.
The 23-year-old has caught the eye with some consistent displays for Vitesse and that form has now got the attention of Rovers and the Bees, who are both keen on adding further players to their squad before the transfer window slams shut this coming week.
Clark never made a massive impression with the Tigers, but following loan spells with the likes of Cmabridge United where he got plenty of game time under his belt, the defender made the move into Europe and has gone from strength to strength ever since.
Brentford lost defender Yoann Barbet this summer as he opted to join QPR, meaning a move for Clark could make massive sense for the Bees as they look to replace Barbet.
Blackburn on the other hand are looking to add quality to the ranks as Tony Mowbray looks to build on a solid season back in the Championship last term, and could well see Clark as the ideal sort of signing to bring some balance to his defence.
Clark has really improved since moving to Vitesse and the time might be right for him to come back to the Championship and prove his worth.
Brentford you would think would be the ideal place for Clark to further his craft, with Thomas Frank’s men playing an atrractive brand of football and having a reputation of bringing in young players and developing them further.
However, Blackburn are a good solid Championship outfit, and Clark will have a decision to make for sure if bids do indeed come his way.