Jarrod Bowen has signed a new contract with West Ham United after being recalled to the England national team. The forward has renewed his deal until 2030 with the Hammers, ending all speculation of a transfer away in the near future.
Clubs like Arsenal were interested in signing the player if he was available. But now, a transfer seems extremely unlikely given how settled Bowen is with West Ham United, who have also become regulars in European football and are a long way off from once being stuck in the bottom half of the table.
Jarrod Bowen signs new contract with West Ham United until 2030
The winger has scored five goals and provided one assist in eight games for West Ham United this year. He helped them win their first-ever European title last season, after winning the Europa Conference League by defeating Fiorentina in the final.
His remarkable performance last season earned him a call-up to Gareth Southgate’s England national team, and he has earned four caps so far. The coming games will present the winger the opportunity to add more England caps with the Three Lions hungry to qualify for the 2024 Euros.
“I’ve loved every minute of my time here. Winning the Europa Conference League in Prague was an amazing moment, scoring the winner in the last minute will be something I’ll cherish forever,” Jarrod Bowen told West Ham United’s website after renewing his contract.
“It’s left us all wanting that feeling again and again – we want to create more memories together, for our fantastic fans, and for this fantastic football club.”
After joining them from Hull City in 2020, Bowen has steadily grown into one of the most important members of the first team. Now, he is one of the first names on the team sheet under David Moyes and has been rewarded with a new deal.