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£22m Jürgen Klopp target tips Liverpool to win the Premier League, Carragher said he's fantastic

Jarrod Bowen has been speaking to CNN as part of a Q&A feature, where the West Ham forward was asked an interesting question about Liverpool.

What’s the story?

Well, question No.19 on the list for Bowen was who he thinks will win the Premier League title.

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Without much hesitation, the £22m man opted for the Reds, suggesting he has plenty of faith in the Merseysiders to wrestle their title back from Manchester City.

You can see footage of the 25-year-old tipping Liverpool to win the Premier League below.

It comes after Eurosport interestingly revealed that Jürgen Klopp is keen to bring Bowen to Anfield, following some phenomenal displays for West Ham.

So far this season, the former Hull City attacker – who Jamie Carragher called “fantastic” – has scored 15 goals in all competitions, while also providing 11 assists.

It has been a remarkable campaign for Bowen, in which he’s also proved himself in the Europa League, so it’s no surprise to see Liverpool sniffing around.

If he does end up at Anfield, then the West Ham No.20 will already be a popular man as a result of his comments to CNN.

Jarrod Bowen would thrive at Liverpool

In our view, Bowen would become a superstar at Anfield under Klopp.

The Leominster-born forward plays in a very similar style to Mohamed Salah, where he cuts inside from the right flank onto his stronger left foot, and also takes up attacking positions through the middle.

Liverpool fans would love Bowen, as he always has one thing on his mind when he receives the ball – drive forward, beat a man and get a shot off, or assist a teammate.

He is extremely direct, and plays with great intensity which would align with Klopp’s preferred playing style.

Keep an eye on this saga, as we wouldn’t be surprised to see Bowen sign for Liverpool within the next two years.

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