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Clarke Linked With Owls Exit

Wednesday striker Leon Clarke could be set for a swift return to the Championship after being linked with moves to a number of clubs.

Clarke, who scored in Wednesday's 2-2 draw against Crystal Palace on the final day of the season, is out of contract at Hillsborough this summer.

And although not exactly pulling up any trees at S6 this season, interest is said to be high in the former Wolves man.

Reports indicate that Bristol City, newly-promoted Norwich City, Cardiff City and Charlton Athletic are all keen to add Clarke to their squad for the 2010-11 campaign.

Wednesday boss Alan Irvine has yet to announce which out-of-contract players will be staying at Hillsborough in League 1 next season.

But, with Clarke failing to secure a regular first team starting role in the famous blue and white, the Owls boss may be keen to let him go to bring in his own men.

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Writer: Nick Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday May 5 2010

Time: 2:53PM

Your Comments

Me thinks a few people were overlly impressed by a decent(ish) first half against Palace...
flinoycore
Darren Purse is off too.
swfcjambo
So it's not all bad news then !!!!!!!!!!!
duds
every player that is out of contract NEEDS to be released!!!! why keep the players who will get us relegated again if we go back up?? i will be extremely angry if any of those players get a new contract. and i also think we must sell potter, tudgay & beevers. with no investment we will struggle, need to get quite a few bargain free transfers if were to push for promotion.
supersibon
oh no we cant let clarke go hes outstanding NOT,lol thk god.Hes scored some good goals but isnt consistent hence him being sub.
ollyowl70
Leon Clarke,Etienne esajas,Frankie Simek,,Sean Mcallister and Michael gray are to get released end of june and Richard O'Donnell and Arron Jameson av both been offered a new 2year contract.
ollyowl70
hope you just accidentally missed jeffers off that list ollyowl-lol
supersibon
OOOOOOOOOOOPS sori supersibon n Jeffers
ollyowl70
he'll score goals when he leaves, as with most that leave fortress hillsboro
no9 de bilde
 

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