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All done’: Fabrizio Romano drops overnight claim about ‘unbelievable’ Liverpool target



Fabrizio Romano has claimed on Twitter that Liverpool transfer target Jarrod Bowen has agreed to sign a new contract at West Ham United. 

The 25-year-old has been long talked about as someone who could replace Mohamed Salah at Liverpool.

After those well-documented Saudi links in the summer, it’s more likely those doors knock again, which just increases the chances of the Egypt star heading for the exit door.

Either way, Jarrod Bowen’s name has popped up on Liverpool’s transfer radar on a number of occasions, including most recently, with talkSPORT reporting that those on Merseyside, as well as Eddie Howe’s Newcastle United, were ‘on alert’ regarding his contract talks stalling.

Well, Fabrizio Romano has put that to bed on Twitter on Saturday evening by claiming Jarrod Bowen’s new long-term deal with the Hammers is ‘all done’ – it will certainly delight Actor and West Ham fan Danny Dyer. He labelled the England international, who is dating his daughter, as ‘unbelievable’.

If the worst-case scenario does happen, and Mohamed Salah leaves, then Liverpool will have to look elsewhere now.


Jarrod Bowen’s new West Ham contract

“EXCLUSIVE: Jarrod Bowen agrees new long term deal at West Ham,” said Romano. “It’s all done, one more excellent news for the #WHUFC winger after England NT call.

“Bowen wanted to stay as key part of the project. Jarrod said yes to final proposal.”

Life after Salah for Liverpool

If it was up to the Anfield faithful, then they would love for Salah to end his career in their colours.

But given the money that is now in Saudi, and the project they are building, then the fear is that the 31-year-old will be gone sooner rather than later.

Whilst legendary figures such as Roberto Firmino, Jordan Henderson, Fabinho and Sadio Mane have left.

There is no doubt that Salah’s possible exit will hurt the fans the most because, as of today, he could rightly argue that he makes Liverpool’s greatest-ever XI.

But none of that has happened yet, with Salah hoping to guide this Liverpool 2.0 to another adventure of winning the major trophies.


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