By Pranav Shahaney

25th Sep, 2021 | 10:00am

West Ham value Spurs and Liverpool target Jarrod Bowen at £70m

West Ham are reportedly unlikely to part ways with Jarrod Bowen for a fee less than £70million.

According to Claret and Hugh, the Hammers will not be selling Bowen amid interest from Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur.

The report claims that the East London outfit have a potential minimum starting price of £70million, which is expected to fend off any suitors for the 24-year-old.

Keep him at all costs

Along with the skipper Declan Rice, the Hammers have another priceless asset growing in the form of Bowen.

Since his move to the London Stadium, he has gone from strength to strength to become one of the most important players for David Moyes.

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In 60 games, he’s scored nine and assisted another 11, and is only getting better as time goes on under David Moyes.

He offers Moyes the option of deploying him in any four of the attacking positions which is very valuable in modern football.

In Michail Antonio’s absence, he has been leading the line for the Hammers and when he’s in the side, Bowen can stretch the opposition by playing as a wide forward.

Bowen, who has been referred to as “sensational” [90Min], already is in contention for an England call-up and we think that he’s not far away from being handed his first Three Lions cap.

Hopefully, he has a season where he registers at least 25 goals and assists in all competitions as he’s certainly got the ability to do it.

In other West Ham news, ‘Magnificent’ player has been officially ruled out of Leeds clash

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