Newcastle United are reportedly keen on signing Jarrod Bowen from West Ham United at the end of the season.

A report from Daily Telegraph claims that Jarrod Bowen is on Newcastle United’s summer transfer wishlist. And it remains to be seen whether the Magpies can agree on a deal with West Ham United for the 26-year-old.

West Ham have had a disappointing season so far, and they are currently fighting for survival in the Premier League. If the Hammers go down to the Championship, they could lose top players like Bowen in the summer.

The 26-year-old winger will want to stay in the top flight, and the opportunity to play for Newcastle could be an attractive proposition for him. The Magpies are currently pushing for Champions League qualification, and they have the resources to compete for major trophies in the coming seasons.

Bowen has proven himself to be a quality Premier League winger since his move to West Ham, and he has 11 goals and five assists to his name across all competitions. Meanwhile, his market value has soared to €38 million.

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The 26-year-old will add pace, goals and creativity in the final third for Newcastle United. The Magpies have struggled to break down opposition defences at times, and they could use more quality in the final third. Bowen is a proven performer in the Premier League, and he could make an immediate impact at Newcastle.

It remains to be seen whether Newcastle can secure Champions League qualification now. They are in the top four right now and will have to finish the season strongly in order to ensure their place in the premier Wuropean competition next season.

Newcastle are reportedly keeping tabs on a number of top-quality players. So it remains to be seen whether Eddie Howe can get his preferred signings across the line. Bowen is not the only West Ham player on their shortlist and Newcastle are reportedly keeping tabs on Declan Rice as well.

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The England international is reportedly looking to join a Champions League club next season as West Ham prepare to sell him. A move to Newcastle would be a step up for Bowen and Rice, and it would allow them to showcase their qualities at a bigger club and compete for major trophies on a consistent basis.

Comments 1

  1. Bish says:

    All well and good, but Newcastle are not a bigger club than West Ham and neither player would be interested in moving there. NFC have been lucky and had one decent season, they’ll be midd-table again next season. FFP rules also mean they won’t be able to buy a trophy for a few years – by which time the FA might have decided (as they should) that the Saudi PIF fund is illegal and relegated this horrible club to the second tier (or lower).

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