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Clark lands new Hull deal

Hull City have handed a new deal to England youth international Max Clark, Sky Sports understands.

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Steve Bruce: Secured the services of Max Clark for two more years, Sky Sports un

Steve Bruce: Secured the services of Max Clark for two more years, Sky Sports un

The 18-year-old is yet to make the breakthrough into the first-team squad at the KC Stadium, but he is expected to be knocking on Steve Bruce’s door in the coming months.

Left-back Clark was called into the England Under-18 squad last term, whilst also starring for Hull’s youth side.

Clark’s progress has now been rewarded with a new two-year deal.

Hull finished 16th in the Premier League last season after being promoted from the Championship, and they also made it through to the FA Cup final.

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