Liverpool could reportedly move for West Ham winger Jarrod Bowen if the Reds qualify for next season’s UEFA Champions League.
According to journalist Ben Jacobs, the £75m-rated England international could become a prime target for Liverpool if the Anfield side return to Europe’s elite club competition next year.
Bowen has been linked with a move to Liverpool in recent weeks as a replacement for Mohamed Salah, and qualifying for next year’s Champions League could see the winger head to Merseyside.
At 26, Bowen is heading into the prime of his career, and whilst some Liverpool fans would want a younger replacement for Salah, the West Ham winger could be an ideal candidate for the role.
Indeed, the forward is homegrown and only getting better with every season in the Premier League, and Bowen’s quality to deliver in the biggest of matches could be key for a club like Liverpool.
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Moreover, the attacker himself might want a move to a Premier League giant, with Jurgen Klopp’s side an obvious club for Bowen to make his name at in the years to come.
Liverpool have to make Bowen their main target to replace Salah
Bowen has established himself as one of the Premier League’s most exciting wingers since joining West Ham from Hull City, and Liverpool should make the forward their prime candidate to replace Salah.
The 26-year-old attacker seemingly gets better with every season in the English top-flight, and at a club like Liverpool, Bowen’s talents will only be elevated to a whole new level.
Moreover, the forward himself might revel in the chance to play for one of England’s biggest teams, with Bowen a player who can become better when surrounded with world-class talent.