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West Ham insider makes interesting Jarrod Bowen new contract claim

West Ham United will allegedly wait until September before opening new contract talks with Hammers attacker Jarrod Bowen.

That’s according to high-level club insiders Claret and Hugh who claim that the Hammers’ priority will be to sort out numerous summer signings first before talking with Bowen about a new deal.

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The Daily Mail claimed yesterday that West Ham are ready to double the 25-year-old’s current salary to £120k-a-week.

Bowen has been in unbelievable form for the Hammers so far this season and is now widely regarded to be one of the two most important players David Moyes has at his disposal at the London Stadium, alongside Declan Rice of course.

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The English attacker has bagged 18 goals and 13 assists in 50 games for West Ham this term (Transfermarkt).

He will surely get called up to the England squad when Gareth Southgate makes his selection next month.

And if he does, he will be even more of a highly sought-after commodity.

The Hammers have a plan up their sleeve to combat that though…

Jarrod Bowen new contract incoming

After The Daily Mail‘s report yesterday, Claret and Hugh have followed it up with a claim that West Ham will not sit down with the 25-year-old ace until September in order to focus purely on making some top-class signings in the summer transfer window.

That’s fair enough.

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David Moyes needs to make at least seven signings this summer if the Hammers are to be competitive next season, what with so many players set to leave the London Stadium.

Keeping Bowen at the club will obviously be pivotal for the Scot as well.

West Ham seem to be on the cusp of building a really special future under the guidance of David Moyes.

And Jarrod Bowen signing a new contract in September would be sign of our recent progress as a football club.

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