David Moyes’s West Ham United are considering making a bid for Tottenham Hotspur transfer target Keane Lewis-Potter, according to 90min.
West Ham considering bid for Tottenham target Keane Lewis-Potter
90min have reported that West Ham are interested in signing Hull City forward Lewis-Potter in the summer transfer window and could make a bid.
The Hammers are not the only London club who are keen on the youngster, though.
The Daily Star reported on May 21 that Tottenham are keeping a close eye on Lewis-Potter and have been following him for months.
Former Tottenham manager David Pleat have recommended Spurs to sign the forward, according to the report.
The Daily Star added that Hull want £15 million as transfer fee for Lewis-Potter.
Spurs should take action
In our view, if Tottenham Hotspur are keen on Keane Lewis-Potter, then they should consider making a bid of their own just like West Ham United could reportedly do.
We have seen Jarrod Bowen do extremely well for the Hammers after moving from Hull.
Bowen’s success shows that quality players in the Championship and lower leagues in England can thrive in the Premier League.
Lewis-Potter is only 21, and there is every chance that he could improve under Tottenham head coach Antonio Conte.
The England Under-21 international scored 12 goals and gave three assists in 46 Championship matches for Hull this past season.