Liverpool are still named as the club showing most interest in signing Bowen having been strongly linked over the past 18 months. They opted against making a move last summer and then chose to chase after Luis Diaz in January instead.
Early reports indicate Liverpool won’t be looking to make many big signings in the summer, suggesting they will once again overlook signing Bowen. That could open the door for United to swoop in for a player who has been on an upward trajectory ever since joining West Ham.
The forward has 10 goals and as many assists in the Premier League this season- along with important strikes in the Europa League. And at 25 years of age, Bowen would likely fit the profile of a player Ten Hag will be looking to sign in the summer.
West Ham have already proven with Declan Rice that they’re not willing to sell their star players on the cheap. But if Bowen begins showing interest in having more regular European football after getting a taste for it this season, then United may be the next step in his career.