West Ham once again have their eye on a Hull winger, this time it’s Keane Lewis-Potter.
The Hammers signed Jarrod Bowen from the Championship club in January 2020 and two years on the club have spotted a potential Bowen 2.0.
Lewis-Potter is approaching his 21st birthday and has scored five goals and assisted another four this season.
West Ham could bid for Keane Lewis-Potter, the Hull star is believed to be the next Jarrod Bowen.
Last season, Hull were crowned champions of League One, Lewis-Potter scored 13 goals as The Tigers got promoted.
The step up has not been easy for Hull, they sit 19th in the Championship. However, Lewis-Potter already looks settled at the higher standard.
Though it is worth noting he still has a lot to learn but has bags of potential. Perhaps he is one for West Ham and David Moyes to monitor for another season or two. Even sign, then loan back to Hull which could lower the fee with Hull wanting £12 million.
In a piece by the Daily Mail, they scouted the West Ham target and called him “a vibrant young talent with tidy skills, but needs to become more goal conscious.”
Moyes has shown with Said Benrahma and Pablo Fornals that he can improve attacking players and there is no doubt the Hull winger has ability but needs more time and coaching.
Jarrod Bowen is now a fan’s favourite at West Ham and played with Lewis-Potter, it’s worth noting the youngster is a left-winger but Bowen plays on the right.
Liverpool are still believed to be interested in Bowen, as well as Leeds’ Raphinha, to provide competition with the likes of Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane.
Lewis-Potter could provide be an alternative in the scenario we hope doesn’t happen, if Bowen leaves West Ham for Jurgen Klopp, who recently praised him in a press conference.