The West Ham star set to secure a new £6.2m contract, as he expresses desire to stay

According to the Daily Mail, West Ham United is planning to offer a lucrative new contract to Jarrod Bowen, the hero of their Europa Conference League victory, relays the WHZ. Bowen’s unforgettable goal in the 2-1 win against Fiorentina in the final secured West Ham’s first major title in 43 years, making him a beloved figure among the club’s supporters.

Club insiders, including the respected source ExWHUemployee, have disclosed that the Hammers had initially intended to initiate contract talks with Bowen following the final. The Daily Mail report, dated June 9, states that Bowen has expressed his desire to remain at the London Stadium after the successful match. The article further reveals that West Ham United is pleased with Bowen’s progress over the past few seasons and is prepared to double his current weekly wage of £60,000.

From the moment Lucas Paqueta played a sublime through ball to Bowen, it was evident that the former Hereford and Hull City player was destined to etch his name in the history books of West Ham United. The team’s triumph was well-deserved, as they defied intense pressure from an attacking Fiorentina side and capitalized on every opportunity presented to them, despite spending a significant portion of the game on the defensive. David Moyes and his men showcased resilience and seized their moment of glory.