Hull forward Jarrod Bowen has refused to rule out a move to Newcastle in the January transfer window.
When asked about the upcoming window, Bowen said “what will be, will be” that he is letting his agents take care of things.
Speaking to The Hull Daily Mail, Bowen said
If I leave, I leave, if I don’t, I am loving it here.
What will be, will be. I have just got to keep my head down, I have got agents that take care of all of that.
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Should Newcastle sign Bowen in January?
Yes. Bowen is enjoying another good season in the Championship with Hull and has five goals and two assists so far this term – after scoring 22 in the 2018/19 campaign.
Miguel Almiron, meanwhile, is still yet to register a single goal or assist since joining Newcastle from Atlanta in January. The forward has struggled to make an impact in the Premier League and the arrival of Bowen could add much-needed competition in the attacking areas for Steve Bruce.
Almiron has very little behind him in terms of competition, which means that the addition of Bowen could spur him on and help to improve his game. Bowen would add more of a goal threat to the side, with 41 goals for Hull since the start of the 2017/18 season – which could help to keep Newcastle in the top-flight.