Hull City make the trip to title contenders Norwich City tonight looking for three points as they look to reduce the gap on the play-off places, with Tigers attacker Jarrod Bowen looking to add to his 19 Championship goals for the season.
Bowen has been a regular for manager Nigel Adkins this season making 36 appearances and it is his excellent form that led to interest from Spurs back in January.
So should Spurs chairman Daniel Levy get his chequebook out to push through a summer deal for Bowen?
“They should look elsewhere.
“There’s no doubting that Bowen is a Premier League quality player already, but there are better options out there for a more affordable price for Spurs.
“He’d cost them far too much in the summer.”
“There’s better available, players who will get a chance in their Spurs first team.
“Bowen wouldn’t, he’d be a fringe player.
“He’d be best served going to Watford or somewhere like that.”
“There will be plenty of suitors for the attacker’s services this summer, that is a given.
“Levy will need a to write a pretty big cheque as Bowen won’t come cheap, especially if other heavyweight clubs are interested, too.
“Spurs were linked with him in January, and I expect them to try and push through a deal in the summer.”