Aba, Clutch systems are SUPPOSED to be sealed systems. Leaking is not normal. Jess, the most likely place is the seals in the clutch master or slave. The slave will be mounted on the tranny. It will be obvious how it works. I'm not familiar with your specific car but there should be a dust boot over the working end of the slave. Any fluid under the dust cover indicates a leak. You might not see the master leak since the ends are out of sight and the master can leak internally. IYf you infact diagnose a bad master or slave, you may want to change both at the same time. Replacing 1 tends to increase pressure & make the other leak. Old school is to buy a cylinder hone & replace seals. If you get a reman unit, buy name brand quality else you'll likely be doing it again soon. New is best but the price differential between new & reman may tempt you.