Hull had been determined to keep hold of Bowen, despite interest from Newcastle and Leeds.
However, they still have not been able to agree a new contract with the forward, and it seems that they are coming round to the idea of selling him.
Hull had been looking for £22 million for Bowen at the start of the month, but would now reportedly be happy to accept a bid of £18 million.
Whether that will put Bowen back on Newcastle’s and Leeds’ radars remains to be seen.
Bowen is said to want a move to Newcastle, but it is Leeds who have shown the strongest interest in him so far.
Leeds have since gone on to sign both Ivan Poveda and Jean-Kevin Augustin, but whether they could still push for Bowen remains to be seen.
Newcastle, meanwhile, are still on the hunt for additions - as they have had a relatively quiet month so far.
Newcastle have brought in Nabil Bentaleb, but they haven’t made any alterations to their attacking ranks as yet.
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