Some Spurs fans on social media have questioned why Tottenham did not sign Jarrod Bowen when he was at Hull City after reports emerged that the North London club are now eyeing a move for the West Ham winger.

Bowen was rumoured to be on Tottenham’s radar back in 2019 when the winger was ripping Championship defences to shreds at Hull.

However, it was West Ham who ended up signing the 24-year-old for a fee of over £20m in January of last year.

Bowen has settled in very well to life in the Premier League and has been a consistent performer for David Moyes’ side over the last twelve months.

The Independent reported on Monday that Tottenham have sent scouts to monitor Bowen, with the Lilywhites showing interest in the winger, along with Leicester City and Liverpool.

While some Spurs fans urged the club to snap him up, several questioned why they did not sign Bowen for a cut-price fee from Hull a couple of years ago.

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Bowen is contracted to West Ham until 2025. So, the Hammers will likely demand more than £50m for the winger.

At that price, one could argue that there are better options out there. I also believe we need to prioritise a central midfielder and a striker over another winger.

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