Paul Stewart thinks Jarrod Bowen should stay at West Ham and reject a move to Liverpool this summer.
Bowen has been excellent for the Hammers since making the move from Hull City 18 months ago – scoring an impressive nine goals in just 51 appearances, whilst also adding nine assists in that period.
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He featured in all West Ham’s Premier League matches last season, with his outstanding form catching the attention of Liverpool, who’re looking to freshen up their front-three and are therefore targeting a move for the winger, according to The Athletic.
Bowen proved an important part for David Moyes’ team, who finished sixth and qualified for the Europa League group stages for the first time ever.
However, Liverpool will be playing in Europe’s elite competition once again after their own fine end to the season saw them finish above both Chelsea and Leicester in third.
But Stewart exclusively told The Transfer Tavern that Bowen would be nothing more than a squad and should therefore remain at the London Stadium:
“I’m not sure whether Jarrod should stay for another season at West Ham.
“Moyes did a great job there and will develop him, and who knows, he might become a world-beater, but at this time, I think he would be playing second fiddle to players in front of him, which sometimes can damage a player’s career.”
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