According to the Daily Mirror, the Merseyside club has been tracking the West Ham striker for some time following his strong performances for the Hammers since their move to the London Stadium.
Bowen put on a show in the English capital on Sunday, as the English winger assisted on two of West Ham’s goals in a 3-2 victory over Liverpool FC.
Liverpool FC is starting to hunt for new attacking talent, according to the same report, because their famous front three of Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane, and Roberto Firmino are all 29 or 30 years old. Bowen’s performance against Liverpool FC “confirmed” Klopp’s interest in the former Hull City forward ahead of the January transfer window, according to the media outlet.
Despite Mane and Salah’s departure for the African Cup of Nations, the narrative claims that Liverpool FC are unlikely to make a move in January. According to the Daily Mirror, Bowen “fits the bill” for Liverpool FC, but the Merseyside club will keep an eye on the West Ham striker and other targets for the rest of the season. Bowen has two goals and four assists in 11 Premier League appearances this season, helping West Ham push for a top-four finish.
Since joining West Ham for £25 million from Hull in January 2020, the uncapped England attacker has scored 12 goals in 68 games across all competitions.
Trent Alexander-Arnold, who scored the game’s first goal, stated that he and his teammates were disappointed after the loss on Sunday. “On all fronts, it’s very [frustrating].” “We’ve never played the football we wanted to play, and we’ve never gotten the results we wanted, so it’s frustrating,” Alexander-Arnold said. “We’re dissatisfied with ourselves.” We came here with a game plan, but we never carried it through; we played right into their hands, particularly in the second half, and were drawn into their game.” We gave them set-pieces and counter-attacks, which is precisely what they want, so we never did what we needed to do to win this game.”