West Ham must Pay Hull City £1 million over Jarrod Bowen”

According to Hull Live, West Ham will owe Hull City a £1 million payment if Jarrod Bowen makes his fifth England appearance in the upcoming international fixtures.

Gareth Southgate has called up the winger for the games against Australia and Italy at Wembley, and he appears set to make his fifth appearance in the coming weeks.

Bowen joined West Ham from Hull for a cost of £18.4 million [Transfermarkt] in January 2020, and he has since written his name into West Ham mythology by scoring the game-winning goal in the Europa Conference League final.

It’s a little price to pay.

If you went to the West Ham board last week and said, “Jarrod Bowen will sign a seven-year contract, but you’ll have to pay £1 million to Hull a week later,” they would have bitten your hand off for the chance.


Bowen’s contract extension at the London Stadium will keep him at the club until he is 33 years old, making him the club’s highest-paid player, with his recent performances earning him high accolades.

The extra sum agreed with Hull when the Hammers signed him in 2020 may have looked ambitious at the time, but it demonstrates how far the forward has come during his time under David Moyes.

Bowen will be seeking to make his sixth appearance in the next internationals after working hard to get selected ahead of players such as Raheem Sterling, and he will be hoping to maintain his strong vein of goalscoring form in the white shirt.

Alan Shearer was impressed by a “fantastic” West Ham United player.

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