According to 90 min, West Ham United could launch an opening offer for Hull City winger Keane Lewis-Potter, who is rumoured to be on Tottenham’s radar.
Lewis-Potter has enjoyed a breakthrough season at the MKM Stadium, with the winger’s 12 goals and four assists in the Championship (Transfermarkt) helping Hull to preserve their Championship status.
The Daily Mail reported back in March that the 21-year-old was on Tottenham’s radar ahead of the summer transfer window, with West Ham also credited with an interest in the youngster.
The Daily Star claimed last month that Spurs were continuing to keep a ‘close eye’ on the winger at the recommendation of former manager David Pleat.
The report claimed that Leicester City were also following the England Under-21 international, who was alleged to be valued at around £15m by the Tigers.
If 90 min’s latest update is to be believed, West Ham are now considering launching an offer for Keane Lewis-Potter but the report does not specify how much the Hammers’ bid is expected to be worth.
Spurs Web Opinion
If we do let Lewis-Potter go to West Ham, I suspect we will regret not making a move for him, just as we did with the likes of Jarrod Bowen, Jack Grealish and Eberechi Eze in the past. The reported £15m fee seems like great value for someone as talented as the 21-year-old.
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