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Former England international believes Hull City star capable of playing ‘at the highest level’

Former England international Stan Collymore believes that Hull City star Jarrod Bowen is capable of playing ‘at the highest level’ and thinks he could have a similar impact to the likes of Tammy Abraham and Jamie Vardy.

According to the Hull Daily Mail, Collymore has suggested that Bowen could be a certainty for a move to the Premier League in January.

Bowen has been the star of the Hull City team so far this season and has scored 47 goals in 99 starts for the Tigers since his move in the summer of 2017. He has also scored more goals than anybody else in the Championship in 2019.

Hull City midfielder Jarrod Bowen (20) during the EFL Sky Bet Championship match between West Bromwich Albion and Hull City at The Hawthorns, West Bromwich, England on 19 April 2019.

Collymore claims he should be on the transfer radar of many top flight clubs. “Jarrod Bowen is a shoo-in for a move to the Premier League in January. He’s the Championship’s second highest scorer with 11 goals for Hull, has 23 in 2019, way more than rivals, is just 22 and has it all ahead of him.”

“I loved proving myself at Southend down the divisions. I looked in the mirror and said it was all on me and 18 goals later I ended up at Forest and then Liverpool in a couple of years.”

“I look at Bowen in the Championship and think he can do what the likes of Jamie Vardy and Tammy Abraham have done, score goals in the second tier and then make an impact at the top.”

“If I’m any club in the Premier League – including Man City, Arsenal, Chelsea – take him, see what he is like in training. If it doesn’t work, loan him out.”

There is no doubting the quality and potential of Bowen and Hull will be desperate to retain him until at least the end of the season and have consistently reiterated they are under no pressure to sell their star player.

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