Keane Lewis-Potter has emerged as one of the EFL’s hottest prospects in recent seasons, with the 20-year-old enjoying an excellent 2020/21 campaign during Hull City’s promotion season.
Scoring 13 times and assisting a further six, the 20-year-old proved to be a key source in scoring and creating goals, predominantly operating on the left flank.
Following up his impressive season with two goals and two assists in the division above, he will be hoping to be as influential for The Tigers as he adapts to the rigours of Championship football.
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Interest in the young Englishman emerged last month, with reports suggesting that Leicester City and Southampton were interested parties.
Hull Live confirmed at the start of the month that an £8 million bid for an unnamed player from an unnamed club had been put in, with The Athletic later suggesting that The Tigers are hoping for a bid around the £12 million mark.
Hull have struggled early on in this Championship season, however, Lewis-Potter is an exceptional talent who can go a long way in his career.
At 20 years old, he has a lot of desirable attributes as a wideman, and given his experience of league football, he might find it easier to adapt to England’s top tier, compared to some of the academy graduates who have not seen too much EFL action.
It will be no surprise to see somewhat of a bidding war come to fruition with the number of top-tier clubs who are interested in the young winger, seemingly continuing to increase.