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‘He Could Be The Next Salah’ – Noel Whelan speaks on forward and Liverpool Transfer Target



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‘He Could Be The Next Salah’ – Noel Whelan speaks on forward and Liverpool Transfer Target.

Ex-player turned pundit Noel Whelan recently told Football Insider that West Ham United striker and Liverpool target Jarrod Bowen could be the ‘next Salah’.

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Liverpool have been strongly linked with the 25 year old since the summer and his impressive performances for the Hammers again this season have made the reds keen to sign him.

Former Leeds player Whelan thinks that Bowen would be a perfect fit for Jurgen Klopp’s team.

“That one reminds me a lot of the Diogo Jota deal, he could be the next Salah.

“The way Jarrod Bowen plays, he’s very much in the mould of Mane or Salah, in terms of how he plays on the shoulder and drives at defences.

“I think we saw that yesterday (Boxing Day) with his run and then the inch-perfect pass to Said Benrahma for his goal. He really causes problems when he drives in behind.

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Jarrod Bowen

Jarrod Bowen (Photo by GettyImages)

“Also, he plays as a number nine for West Ham when Michail Antonio is out, so you know he can fill in there as well.

“It’s one that would be puzzling to a lot of people but makes real sense when you look at how Liverpool plays, just like Jota.

“He’s looking for versatility, and Bowen can really cut it in the Premier League. He’s improved so much under David Moyes at West Ham, but Liverpool could be the next step for him – I can see him there, and it wouldn’t surprise me at all.

“He’s earned that speculation and that move.”

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