Scouts from Liverpool, Tottenham and Leicester are “circling” West Ham forward Jarrod Bowen, according to The Independent.
The Hammers are said to be “aware” of interest from the three Premier League teams, following the 24-year-old’s bright start to the season.
Bowen played as part of a front two, alongside Said Benrahma, in the 2-1 defeat to Manchester United on Saturday, mainly due to Michail Antonio being suspended.
The winger took to his new role pretty well, setting up his strike partner Benrahma for the opening goal, and he was a constant menace to United’s defence.
This campaign, Bowen has not managed to get on a scoresheet yet, but he did rack up eight Premier League goals last season, and his work rate has also gained him a lot of admirers.
If he was ever allowed to leave the London Stadium, West Ham would almost certainly demand a lot more than the £25m they paid Hull City for the player 20 months ago.