Why do I have a tight throat/clicking sound when swallowing saliva?

Globus pharyngis. is the condition is what doctors commonly call “Globus,” and patients call a “lump or foreign body in the throat and clicking noise." The patient is suffering a lot of discomfort and there is no need for the condition to persist as it can often be treated successfully. A first step in diagnosis and treatment is to see your PCP.
Eustachian tube. Most people have a clicking sound in the ears when we swallow. This is the eustachian tube opening. Normal. If you need reassurance or other symptoms develop, see an ENT doc.