“Very high up”: Don Hutchison supports the 26-year-old from West Ham on a move to Liverpool

Don Hutchison believes Jarrod Bowen will be “very high” on Liverpool’s transfer wish list if Mohamed Salah leaves.

There has been a lot of talk about Mohamed Salah’s future this summer, with the ever-growing Saudi Arabia Pro League trying to lure him to the Middle East.

While the Liverpool legend remained at Anfield this summer, many believe this could be his last season on Merseyside.

And when that happens there will be a big gaping hole on the right-hand side and Hutchison has, as he said, turned to West Ham United speedster and goalscorer Jarrod Bowen to replace him Premier League Productions (10/01/23 at 6:50 p.m.).

David Moyes’ West Ham have made a pretty strong start to the new Premier League season and sit seventh in the Premier League table.

26-year-old Jarrod Bowen played a big role, scoring his fifth Premier League goal of the season against Sheffield United at the weekend.

Liverpool FC vs West Ham United – Premier League
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Will Bowen replace Salah at Liverpool?

“I’ll tell you what, that’s one player, Jarrod Bowen, where Mo Salah should ever move from Liverpool,” Hutchison said.

“Then I think this guy will be very high on the radar.”

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Bowen in the Champions League

The Hammers proved this summer with Declan Rice that they are willing to sell their star assets to Champions League teams.

If West Ham fail to progress to the Champions League, it will be interesting to see whether these elite clubs pursue Bowen’s talents.

One thing is for sure, the former Hull City player shows every sign of belonging at the top level as his ability to be in the right place and muster that composure to score goals is second to none.

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