Liverpool target Jarrod Bowen is central to the plans of West Ham manager David Moyes according to a report from The Athletic.

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The 24-year-old attacker joined the Hammers from Hull City in January 2020 for around £20 million (BBC).

Bowen has racked up nine goals and 10 assists in 53 games since moving to the London Stadium (Transfermarkt).

There is clearly more to come from the hard-working winger, however.

West Ham United’s Jarrod Bowen is a vital player for David Moyes (Photo by Rob Newell – CameraSport via Getty Images)

He has obviously done a lot right in a West Ham shirt. Liverpool allegedly want to sign him this summer according to The Athletic.

It has been suggested that the Hammers owners value Bowen at around £35 million.

The former Hull ace may well not be going anywhere this summer, however.

 

Jarrod Bowen a key player for David Moyes

The Athletic claims that the 24-year-old forward is an integral part of Moyes’s plan to build a young and hungry team at the London Stadium.

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Jarrod Bowen celebrates after scoring for West Ham last season (Photo by JUSTIN SETTERFIELD/POOL/AFP via Getty Images)

The pacy winger has everything that Moyes looks for in an attacking player. He has explosive speed, is an incredibly hard worker and is a really accomplished finisher.

Selling Bowen for £35 million actually wouldn’t make any sense at all. How would Moyes be able to replace a player with his quality with that kind of money?

We should be asking for at least £50 million. That’s what Arsenal are paying for Ben White after all!

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It seems that Moyes is desperate to keep hold of Bowen regardless of the money he could get for him, however.

So if the 24-year-old stays at the London Stadium this summer it will be a strong sign that that owners are ready to back the Scot this summer.

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