West Ham have reached an agreement with Jarrod Bowen over a new contract, according to multiple sources. This development comes in the wake of the winger being recalled to the England national team by Gareth Southgate.
Bowen’s current deal with the Hammers expires in 2025, but despite the reported interest from several top clubs in the Premier League in his services, the 26-year-old is obviously determined to stay at the London Stadium for the foreseeable future and continue his role in the project under David Moyes.
🚨⚒️ EXCLUSIVE: Jarrod Bowen agrees new long term deal at West Ham. It’s all done, one more excellent news for the #WHUFC winger after England NT call.
Bowen wanted to stay as key part of the project. Jarrod said yes to final proposal. pic.twitter.com/x7jCkdiGki
— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) October 7, 2023
Bowen rose through the youth ranks at Hereford United and played for Hull City as well, before joining West Ham in 2020 for a reported fee of around £20 million. Since then, he’s made a total of 166 appearances in all competitions for the club, scoring 45 goals and assisting his teammates on 33 occasions, as well as playing a big part on their road to Europa Conference League glory last season.
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