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Jarrod Bowen is 100 per cent NOT FOR SALE.

West Ham have revealed Jarrod Bowen is 100 per cent NOT FOR SALE.

Jarrod Bowen is 100 per cent NOT FOR SALE.

His latest goal scoring exploits and performance levels have sparked fresh expectation that Champions League clubs in England will begin to consider him as a very good signing.

But talking exclusively to Claret and Hugh our highest placed source declared: ” Bowen is 100 per cent NOT FOR SALE.” Rumours began to circulate earlier today that Bowen may still being watched by the big four along with suggestions the Hammers would do all they need to do to keep him.

When signing a seven year deal with the Hammers, the No 20 made it clear that he could see himself spending the rest of his career with the club and that is the aim of the Hammers who see him in the sort of terms once reserved for Declan Rice.

Jarrod scored his ninth goal of the season against Spurs – his first against them and has now wracked up 50 goals in total for us and he has claimed that he wants to be remembered in the same sort of terms as Hammers legendsĀ  Mooro, Sir Trev and Geoff Hurst.

He said at the time he signed for seven years that he did so because he loved this club because it was the one which gave him his big chance. He shrugged off reported interest from the likes of Liverpool when agreeing a deal with us and looks and sounds like a man who intends going absolutely nowhere at all.

When we put the question about a future departure to our key source we were told: “Jarrod is our player and that is how it will reman. He is 100 per cent NOT FOR SALE!

 

About Hugh5outhon1895

Hugh Southon is a lifelong Iron and the founding editor of ClaretandHugh. He is a national newspaper journalist of many years experience and was Bobby Moore's 'ghost' writer during the great man's lifetime. He describes ClaretandHugh as "the Hammers daily newspaper!" Follow on Twitter @hughsouthon

One comment on “Jarrod Bowen is 100 per cent NOT FOR SALE.

  1. What i have learned over all the years is from a club perspective every player has their price. Secondly if a player wants to leave a club they will leave.

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