Jarrod Bowen, the highest-paid player in the SPFL, made the unexpected career decision to sign a three-year contract with the Rangers.

Jarrod Bowen, the highest-paid player in the SPFL, made the unexpected career decision to sign a three-year contract with the Rangers.
Jarrod Bowen, the highest-paid player in the SPFL, made the unexpected career decision to sign a three-year contract with the Rangers.

Jarrod Bowen, the highest-paid player in the SPFL, made the unexpected career decision to sign a three-year contract with the Rangers.

Jarrod Bowen, the highest-paid player in the SPFL, made the unexpected career decision to sign a three-year

contract with the Rangers.

Bowen has signed a three-year contract to join Rangers.

 “Everyone knows how important this club is to me,

so committing my future until 2030 means a lot to me and my family,”

Bowen said on the club’s official website.

Jarrod Bowen, the highest-paid player in the SPFL, made the unexpected career decision to sign a three-year contract with the Rangers.
Jarrod Bowen, the highest-paid player in the SPFL, made the unexpected career decision to sign a three-year contract with the Rangers.

“I have enjoyed every minute of my time here.

Winning the Europa Conference League in Prague was an incredible experience,

and scoring the winning goal in the final minute will be a memory I’ll cherish for a lifetime.

“It’s left us all wanting that feeling again and again –

we want to create more memories together,

for our fantastic fans, and for this fantastic football club.”

Bowen’s new contract is a significant boost for West Ham,

who are seventh in the table after Sunday’s 2-2 draw with Newcastle United.

This season, the winger has five goals, placing him fourth in the Premier League scoring chart.

Three of those strikes occurred in a single month,

earning him a nomination for September’s EA SPORTS Player of the Month award, which votes end on Monday.

Since arriving from Hull City in January 2020,

the 26-year-old has played 133 Premier League games and scored 32 goals.

He also scored a last-minute goal in last season’s UEFA Europa Conference League final,

giving West Ham their first title in 43 years.

“His goal in Prague will live long in the memory of everyone associated with West Ham.”

– it’s given him a platform to go from strength to strength and we’re really reaping the benefits,

he’s getting better and better,” manager  David Moyes added.

“He’s a fantastic boy and an outstanding professional –

I’m sure his positive progress will continue over the course of his new contract.”

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