Although North Queensland back Javid Bowen recently signed a 12-month contract extension, he could be on the move to England, after Super League club shows Interest in the 25-year old.
Hull FC are understood preparing to lure Bowen on a long-term deals as the ‘Black and Whites’ are keen to strengthen their backline before the start of the 2019 season.
Bowen started the 2018 NRL season at centre, playing in the Cowboys’ first five games. Following a defeat to the Warriors in Round 5, he was sent back to play for the Northern Pride, the Cowboys feeder club. Even though the Cowboys had a season to forget, finishing 13th and missing finals, he would make just one more appearance for the Cowboys.
Hull FC are prepared to offer Bowen a long-term deal, so he can secure his future. Bowen is the nephew of former Wigan star Matty Bowen, who played 270 NRL gams with the Cowboys and 34 games with Wigan.
Bowen has made 29 appearances for the Cowboys since making his debut in Round 5, scoring a try in his side’s 36-0 win over the St George Illawarra Dragons.
Bowen is expected to make a a decion on his future within the coming weeks.