West Ham United set to demand £100 million-plus fee for Jarrod Bowen

West Ham United will demand at least £100 million to sell Newcastle United target Jarrod Bowen as they look to thwart his suitors this summer.

According to a report by Football Insider, Jarrod Bowen is the subject of interest from Newcastle United. The Magpies view the English international as their top target to bolster the right-wing berth in the summer transfer window. However, West Ham United will demand at least £100 million to sell the player, who does not want to leave the East London club.

The rise and rise of Jarrod Bowen

Jarrod Bowen has established himself as one of the best players in the Premier League since joining West Ham United from Hull City in January 2020. A native of Leominster, he began his youth career at his hometown club, Leominster Minors. However, the Englishman graduated from the youth division at Hereford United before rising in prominence at Hull City.

The 27-year-old has been a talismanic figure for West Ham United in the last four and a half years. Bowen has turned out over 200 times thus far for the East London club while amassing 60 goals and 39 assists. Meanwhile, the player’s progress at West Ham United has not gone unnoticed, capturing the attention of several well-known clubs.

Jarrod Bowen’s next move will likely come within the Premier League, with several high-profile clubs, including Liverpool, keeping tabs on his progress. However, widespread reports have most heavily linked the England international with Newcastle United heading into the summer transfer window.

Newcastle United interest in Bowen

Newcastle United’s interest in Jarrod Bowen is understandable. The Magpies have been scouring the market for a right-sided wide attacker heading into the summer transfer window amid uncertainties surrounding the long-term future of Miguel Almiron.

Bowen has thus emerged as a viable target for Newcastle United. However, West Ham United do not want to entertain any offers for the English attacker and have set a price tag of at least £100 million to part ways with their prized asset. However, the valuation aims to thwart Bowen’s prospective suitors instead of inviting nine-figure bids for him.

Meanwhile, the 27-year-old Englishman does not want to leave West Ham anytime soon as he is happy and content at the London Stadium. So, Newcastle United must look elsewhere to bolster the right-wing berth in the summer transfer window.

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