Ace re-signing is a no-brainer…’HERE WE GO’ reporter confirms

Jerrod Bowen is expected to sign a new long-term contract with West Ham United.

European soccer transfer market expert Fabrizio Romano, who works for the UK’s The Guardian, tweeted on Monday that Bowen has agreed to sign a new long-term contract with West Ham. This is another great piece of news after Bowen’s call-up to the England national team. Bowen is keen to remain at the heart of the project and has agreed to the club’s final offer,” the report said, adding that Bowen had agreed to re-sign for West Ham.

Bowen began playing for the Hammers in the 2019-20 season and has been the team’s ace ever since. In 2020-21, his second season with the Hammers, he scored eight goals and provided five assists in the league, followed by 12 goals and 10 assists in the league in 2021-22, when the Hammers finished 10-10. Last season, Bowen didn’t see as much action in the league due to the team’s poor form, but he still managed to win trophies in cup competitions, including a theater goal in the UEFA Europa Conference League (UECL) final.

He has continued that trend this season. West Ham have had a decent start to the season, with four wins, one draw, and two losses in their first seven games, and Bowen has played in all seven, scoring five goals and providing one assist. In terms of goals alone, Bowen is third on the team behind Elling Holland (8) and Son Heung-min (6). Aside from his goals, Bowen’s impact on the team means that West Ham’s performance depends on him.

As a result of his performances, Bowen was recently named to England’s roster for the October A-match period. This is Bowen’s first call-up to the national team in about a year and four months. He was 바카라사이트 called up to the squad in June of last year at the height of his form, making his debut against Hungary, but has been out of the national team for a while now as West Ham have struggled.

As Romano explains, it’s a double whammy for Bowen to be capped by the national team and re-sign with West Ham. The same can be said for West Ham. “The news that Bowen, one of David Moyes’ most important and influential players, has agreed to be a part of West Ham’s future is hugely positive news for the club and its fans,” wrote the UK’s Cut Offside.

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