West Ham winger Jarrod Bowen has put pen to paper on a new long term contract at the club, it has been reported by ExWHUEmployee.

As has reported by our club insider for some time, talks have been ongoing between the parties with the club eager to secure Bowens future in east London for many seasons ahead.

There has been significant interest in the player, with Liverpool and Arsenal said to be eyeing a move for the former Hull City player.

Ex has now confirmed that talks have been very positive and the player has now signed a deal which runs to 2030 – a seven year deal.

There has also been speculation from some with regards to a release clause, however our man in the know has stated that we believe this to be false, with no release clause in the contract understood to be in the deal.

“We can exclusively reveal that Bowen has signed a new deal until 2030,” said Ex on The West Ham Way Patreon.

“This is set to make him the highest paid player at the club. He has completed the signing in the company of Tim Steidten.”

The West Ham Way are of course delighted with the news, and look forward to many more years of Jarrod Bowen representing our great club.