Hull City are delighted to announce the return of left back Max Clark on a short-term deal until the end of the season.
The 25-year-old, who rejoins the Club after leaving Vitesse Arnhem, becomes the Tigers’ fourth signing of the January transfer window following the arrivals of Daniel Crowley, Gavin Whyte and Jordan Flores.
Hull-born Clark enjoyed an impressive two-and-a-half season stint at Vitesse Arnhem where the defender racked up 57 appearances for the Eredivise outfit, scoring on three occasions and providing seven assists across all competitions.
The Tigers’ Academy graduate made his Hull City debut on the opening day of the 2017/18 campaign during the 1-1 draw away at Aston Villa, making 30 appearances for his hometown club before moving to the Netherlands in June 2018.
"It's a really good signing for us," said Head Coach Grant McCann.
"Max's arrival gives us really good competition at left back with him and Callum (Elder). It was an area we needed to look at with the unfortunate injury to Brandon (Fleming).
"He's a really good player and a great character. He fits exactly what we're after in-terms of characters we want at this football club.
"His stats speak for themselves in terms of what he's done at Vitesse. He can get forward well, cross balls and create chances, but can also defend really well too.
"He's a Hull boy and a Hull City fan so we're delighted to have him here."