Bowen on course to quit West Ham for 'bigger club' as transfer missions reported - Kenny
Paddy Kenny has claimed West Ham winger Jarrod Bowen is on course for a move to a “bigger club” amid links to Liverpool and Tottenham.
The former Premier League goalkeeper, speaking exclusively to Football Insider, could be ready to take his game to the next level soon after impressing with the Irons.
The Independent claim (20th September) Liverpool and Spurs are long-term admirers of the 24-year-old and that scouts are still tracking his development in east London.
Bowen joined the Hammers in January 2020 and has become a star under David Moyes.
Kenny insisted it has been a “gradual progression” for the winger after making the jump from Championship to Premier League football.
However, he suggested a move to a top English club could be on the cards in the near future.
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Kenny told Football Insider’s Russell Edge: “He did unbelievable at Hull. That is what got him his move to West Ham.
“It’s a gradual progression for him, isn’t it? He’s stepping up those levels.
“I watched him at the weekend against Manchester United and I thought he played really well. I was really impressed with him.
“It’s always interesting to see if players can set up. I’m sure in his progression in football at this moment in time, he’s going in the right direction.
“No disrespect to West Ham but I’m sure another move, if he carries on going the way he’s going, to a bigger club could come.”
Bowen has played 60 times for West Ham already, with nine goals and 11 assists under his belt.
He is yet to find the back of the net in seven games this season, though he did set up Said Benrahma’s goal in the 2-1 defeat to Manchester United.