The future of Hull City winger Jarrod Bowen has been a hot topic of debate in the English Football League, with a number of clubs being credited with an interest in the 22-year-old, including Spurs back in January.
A source close to the player has exclusively given an update on Bowen’s situation to Football League World, confirming that a move to Tottenham is now off the cards, and that Everton and Southampton are continuing to weigh up a move for the star.
Bowen enjoyed a phenomenal campaign at the KCOM Stadium, notching 22 league goals for the Tigers as they missed out on a spot in the Championship top six, after an impressive late surge up the league.
The 22-year-old operates best when playing on the right wing as showcased by his goal stats in that position, scoring 19 of his 22 goals when utilised in that role, whilst scoring the other three in more a central role.
The source close to the player confirmed to Football League World that Bowen will ‘definitely’ get a move away from Hull City this summer, with the Tigers already rejecting a ‘big offer’ from an unnamed Premier League side.
Bowen joined Hull City from Hereford United back in 2014, and has gone from strength to strength each season – he was rewarded for his efforts in the 2018/19 campaign with a spot in the EFL Team of the season.
It’s understood by the source that Hull City will be patient with their Bowen negotiations, and will only sell when they receive an adequate offer.