Newcastle & # 39; s pursuit of the much-requested striker Jarrod Bowen received a timely boost … because the representative of Hull Star has long been associated with Steve Bruce
- Hull City will Jarrod Bowen offering a new bumper contract offer to stay in the club
- The 23-year-old attracts serious interest from various Premier League clubs
- The contract offered will double his current salary as Hull clings to star man
Newcastle United & chances to £ 15 million Hull City striker to sign Jarrod Bowen has been encouraged by Steve Bruce & # 39; s old co-worker Peter Chapman who gets a new key role in the player's future.
Clubs interested in signing Bowen have been told that Chapman will be Bowen's representative in all discussions, rather than his permanent agents.
Chapman played an important role in Bruce, who was named Hull's manager in 2012 as his honorary president of the club and is perfectly placed to act as a channel between Newcastle and Hull owners Assem and Ehab Allam.
Hull City is set to offer Jarrod Bowen a new bumper contract in the midst of Premier League interest
Bowen is desperate to leave Hull after having scored 39 goals since August 2018 and is regularly at the top of the championship scorecards.
A number of clubs, including Newcastle, West Brom and Leicester have shown interest in the 23-year-old attacker, but Hull has so far resisted the pressure to sell for fear that it is a potential promotional challenge would derail.
Bruce withdrew from the race for Bowen in the summer transfer period due to Hull & # 39; s £ 20 million asking price, but a deal could be made with concerned Chapman.
When Bruce resigned from Hull in 2016, he said: & Special appreciation goes to honorary president Peter Chapman, who played a pat to bring me to the club in 2012. He worked tir elessly in the past four years and I am extremely grateful. & # 39;