June 23, 2024

Graeme Bailey stated on HITC on Wednesday that he had received information from an unidentified club that West Ham had rejected a £80 million bid for Bowen during the January transfer window.

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Bailey stated, “Sources have confirmed to HITC that an approach worth approximately £80 million was made for the England international.”

“We believe that Hammers chairman David Sullivan did not even entertain the offer, making it quite plain that Bowen was not up for grabs.

“At this time, it is unknown who made the bid, but it is not thought that they have returned with a better offer given West Ham’s very clear stance regarding their star forward.”

A few cynical supporters of West Ham have charged Sullivan, the main owner, with fabricating the story to justify the team’s quiet period.

However, it doesn’t appear to be the case.

because Hammers News has been informed by a key source inside West Ham that the £80 million Bowen transfer bid story is untrue.

We inquired of the primary senior contact if Sullivan had indeed turned down the alleged £80 million offer for Bowen.

And there was a strong reply.

But if it had been, we would have laughed at it.

“He has a six and a half year contract and is one of our star players.”

Bowen has long been of importance to Liverpool.

However, that is anticipated to conclude after the end of the current season, along with Jurgen Klopp’s time at Liverpool.

But guessing as to who might have made the proposal is useless because the club claims that the tale is untrue.

Should the report have any truth, you would need to double it to approximate Bowen’s actual value.

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