By Saikat Mandal

5th May, 2022 | 9:40am

Fabrizio Romano shares if West Ham United will sell Jarrod Bowen

Fabrizio Romano expects several clubs to register interest along with Liverpool in West Ham forward Jarrod Bowen in the summer.

The Reds are long-term admirers of Bowen but they have not yet made any formal approach.

Bowen is currently not thinking of a move but his situation will largely depend on the offers the Hammers could receive for him in the summer.

“Jarrod Bowen continues to impress, and has been a name under consideration on the Liverpool board for a long time now,” wrote Romano for Caught Offside.

“The club have been monitoring him for years, but for the time being there has not been a proposal to West Ham or the player’s agent. It’s also clear that Bowen himself is not currently thinking about a move because his focus is to the Europa League and the final part of the season.

“As I said, Liverpool like him a lot. Don’t rule out other clubs getting involved, but for now my understanding is that Man United are not in the race, despite some speculation elsewhere. The Red Devils are not in the final player selection process until Erik ten Hag makes final decisions.

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“For Jarrod Bowen everything will depend on the possible offers that come in for him, and won’t necessarily hinge on whether or not the Hammers also end up losing Rice.”


Bowen has established himself as a key player for the Hammers this season and he is enjoying his time at the club.

With 16 and nine assists in all competitions, he is enjoying a rich vein of form this season.

He has been absolutely outstanding since returning from an Achilles injury, and BBC pundit Ray Houghton hailed him as “sensational” for his recent performance against Burnley this month. 

According to Claret and Hugh, West Ham are set to offer him a new deal at the club after the end of the season.

He deserves a pay rise, but Romano has hinted that the Hammers could also be open to letting him go if they receive a tempting offer.

Every player has a price and the club will have to consider the financial side of things as well.

Bowen has a contract at the club until 2025, and West Ham are in no rush to sell him.

However, in the transfer window, anything can happen. One thing is certain – the Hammers will definitely sell him for a high transfer fee in case he moves on.

In other West Ham news, a fan has been hospitalised after alleged Frankfurt “ultras” assaulted a supporters group in Germany.

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