Renowned media reported this month that Liverpool are interested in securing the services of West Ham United’s Jarrod Bowen and the latest reports are intriguing.
Earlier this month, Football Insider published a story and claimed the Reds are after the Hammers star, who also wants a move to Anfield.
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On the other hand, last week, Athleticism covered a report and said the Merseysiders were looking to strengthen their attack. Bowen has been a target for some time, Klopp admires the player and the six-time European champion could move in to hire his services this summer.
More recently, The temperature have reported that the London club fears Liverpool may make a bid to sign the former Hull City winger, who has been in fine form under David Moyes this season.
The England striker was lured to the Hammers in the January 2020 transfer window in a deal worth over £20million from the Tigers (BBC). He still has over three years left on the contract and reports indicate (The Express) that his market value will be around £50 million.
The 25-year-old is an all-round talent, naturally he’s a right winger but he can also play the No.9 role effectively if needed. This season so far, in 32 appearances in all competitions, Bowen has directly contributed to 19 goals (9 goals and 10 assists).
Liverpool have recorded back-to-back Premier League wins, won their FA Cup opener and booked a place in the Carabao Cup final in the absence of star wingers Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah. Still, they need to step up the depth of attack as the drop in quality is massive when the duo aren’t there.
In your opinion, is £50m-rated Jarrod Bowen enough to improve the attack at Anfield?