Everton’s Josh Bowler is unsure of his future at current loan side Hull City, as per a report by Hull Live. 

The winger joined the Tigers on a season-long loan deal last summer, with Grant McCann’s side holding an option to make the move permanent move when it expires for a fee of £5 million.

Bowler, who is 21 years old, has made 26 appearances for the Yorkshire side in all competitions, 11 of which have been starts. He has chipped in with a single goal which came in a 3-0 win against Fulham at Craven Cottage.

The wide man has had his injury problems since the start of the year which has been a blow for him as his starting chances would have been more favourable after Hull sold key wingers Jarrod Bowen and Kamil Grosicki to West Ham United and West Brom in the January transfer window.

Hull boss Grant McCann.

Bowler has showed glimpses of quality for the Tigers but it is unlikely McCann’s side will fork out the money to bring him to the KCOM Stadium permanently this summer. Therefore, they could opt to try and bring him on loan again but may face competition from fellow second tier rivals.

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Everton swooped to sign him from QPR in July 2017 and he has been a key player for their Under-23’s since then. Bowler signed a one-year contract extension at Goodison Park before moving to Hull in July.

If/when the season resumes, Bowler will be looking to help prevent the Tigers from slipping into League One.