Bolton Wanderers and Fleetwood Town are interested in signing defender Max Clark on a free transfer, according to Alan Nixon.
Clark is on the lookout for a new club, after Hull announced that they would not be renewing the defender’s contract at the end of this season.
The 25-year-old came through the ranks at Hull and moved to Vitesse in June 2018, before rejoining the Tigers on a short-term deal in February.
But Clark failed to make a single appearance for Grant McCann’s side this season, suffering problems with a hamstring injury.
The left-back is now available to sign on a free transfer, then, and Alan Nixon claims that Fleetwood Town are interested in signing him.
Bolton Wanderers are also said to be keeping an eye on him, though, and could well make a move for the defender should they fail to sign Declan John.
John is also a free agent after being let go by Swansea, and is expected to join Bolton after spending time on loan there this term.
Clark is an interesting player.
He’s clearly an exciting player given that he moved to Vitesse and they obviously saw something in him, but it failed to work out in the Netherlands.
Since returning to Hull, it has been a disappointing time for him with injuries and he will be hoping to put that frustration behind him.
On a free transfer, he’s definitely worth a punt and he could prove to be a good signing for Fleetwood or Bolton.