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West Ham: Hammers want Keane Lewis-Potter

West Ham: Hammers want Keane Lewis-Potter -West Ham News

According to a report from the Daily Mail, West Ham are among the clubs interested in signing Hull City forward Keane Lewis-Potter. 

The lowdown: Gaining attention

Called up to the England Under-21s for the first time this week, Lewis-Potter has rightly garnered appreciation following a rapid rise to prominence in the Championship.

Starting in all 39 of the Tigers’ league matches so far this season, the 20-year-old has earned a respectable 6.87 average rating whilst averaging 2.2 shots per game (Sofascore), finding the back of the net eight times in total.

Unsurprisingly, that form has led to huge interest in the exciting winger from the top-flight.

The latest: London calling?

According to the report, the Hammers, alongside Tottenham, are keen on signing the starlet.

It’s claimed that Brentford were ‘close’ to landing Lewis-Potter in January but now the exciting ace is ‘attracting attention’ from elsewhere.

Furthermore, the report states that a fee of ‘more than £12million’ was in place to sign the Hull academy graduate.

The verdict: A clear pathway

Having already signed and subsequently progressed the career of Jarrod Bowen from Hull, there is a clear drawn out career path for Lewis-Potter to follow in east London.

And, with Bowen already being linked with a move away from West Ham, such is the extend of his success, David Moyes could be on the lookout for a replacement for the 25-year-old in the not too distant future.

Billed as a ‘special talent’ and compared to Arsenal legend Marc Overmans by manager Shota Arveladze, Lewis-Potter would be the ideal candidate to either further boost the Irons’ squad or indeed succeed Bowen.

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