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Sounds like one of the CV axles broke and it is trying to spin inside the joint. Only fix for that is to buy a new CV axle. Most auto parts stores should carry them. The part is about $50-80 and should take about 30mins-1hr for most people with the proper tools.
Get hold of the shop that did the clutch a.s.a.p. It may be flywheel hitting on something, or may only be shield installed improperly or something similar. Don't drive it anymore than you have to & go easy on throttle until they look at it.