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Tottenham Pushing To Sign Hull City Starlet Bowen In January

Spurs is keen to add another homegrown player to the ranks, Spurs are eyeing a winter swoop for the young forward Jarrod Bowen in the January transfer window,as per reports.

Spurs are interested in signing a homegrown player this winter, and the 22-year-old
Hull City forward would provide a strong option and support for the England international, Harry Kane.

Bowen has scored 26 goals in the Championship over the last season-and-a-half, with 11 of those goals coming in 26 matches this season campaign.

Spurs have a lot of space for a homegrown player in their Premier League squad after the club submitted a team of fewer than 25 in the summer break.

Tottenham currently have three forwards in the squad that are struggling to contribute and live up to expectation to the first team as Vincent Janssen, Fernando Llorente and Georges-Kevin N'Koudou haven't truly provided much for the third-placed club.

It also seems likely that any move for Bowen would have to be preceeded by the sale of one of the earlier mentioned underperformers, which may not be any what easy.

Spurs would have to pay a decent fee to sign Bowen, too, with it likely that they would have to scrub out am amount up to £20 million ($25m) to pry the young forward away from Hull.

Bowen effectively has three-and-a-half years left on his deal with his contract set to expire in  the summer of 2021, with a year-long club option to extend coming right after.

Hull believe he is worth a similar price to other attackers that have recently made the step up from the Championship, including James Maddison, who moved from Norwich City to Leicester City for £24m ($30m) last summer.

The Championship club currently sits 13th in the league despite a 6-0 victory over
Bolton on Tuesday that saw Bowen find the back of the net.

Next up is an FA Cup clash with Millwall before a return to league play against Sheffield this Wednesday.

Spurs, meanwhile, are fresh off a 3-0 dealing with Cardiff with no pity ahead of Friday's FA Cup match against Tranmere and next week's League Cup semi-final against
Chelsea.

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