Hull City striker Keane Lewis-Potter has caught the eye of Premier League clubs including Leicester City as he continues to impress in the Championship.
After that Hull City now face making a big transfer decision in the January transfer window. With a growing list of clubs circling over talismanic youngster Keane Lewis-Potter. Brendan Rodgers’s side should face plenty of competition though. With Southampton and Brentford also said to be interested in securing the winger’s signature.
Keane is a Hull-born youngster who has come through the club’s academy and is regarded as one of the Championship’s hottest prospects. He has been a shining light in what has been a difficult start to the season On their return to the Championship for Grant McCann’s Tigers. He has hit two goals and provided two assists in 11 Championship appearances this campaign.
Lewis-Potter cemented himself in the Tigers’ first-team squad last season. Registering 13 goals and six assists to help Grant McCann’s men win promotion back to the second tier.
£12m asking price for the winger
While the club revealed on Friday that they’d recently received a bid for an unnamed player, believed to be the striker. Only fuelling yet more speculation. Meanwhile, It has since been reported that an £8million offer has been made. With Hull looking to hold out for a figure close to the £12million, they value him at.
Lewis-Potter again proved his value to City on Saturday when his terrific volley cannoned back off the crossbar before hitting the back of Middlesbrough goalkeeper Joe Lumley and going in the net. A much-needed slice of luck for a side severely lacking in the opening weeks of the campaign. That goal was a crucial one for City – the first time they’ve led in a game this season. And win their first game at home this season to provide a real boost ahead of the latest international break.
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