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Steidten may consider cashing in on amazing player after West Ham development- Report

According to sources, Tim Steidten, the technical director at West Ham United, may “consider cashing in” on a “important player” this winter.

West Ham contract news

The most significant of the new contracts that the east Londoners have signed in the past two weeks is a new deal for star winger Jarrod Bowen. Since scoring their historic Europa Conference League-winning goal at the tail end of last season, the England international is David Moyes’ leading scorer thus far this campaign. Bowen just committed his future to West Ham by signing a new deal that runs through 2030.

After signing his new long-term contract, the former Hull City player expressed his excitement on West Ham’s official website.

“He declared, “I’m extremely happy to have signed a new long-term contract at West Ham.

“Everyone knows how much this Club means to me, so committing my family and I until 2030 means the world to us. I’ve enjoyed every second of being here. It was a fantastic moment when we won the Europa Conference League in Prague, and I will always remember how I scored the game-winning goal.

We want to make more memories with our wonderful fans and for this wonderful Football Club because it has left us all craving that sensation over and over again.”

Dan Rigge, a highly-touted young youth, was also signed to a new contract by West Ham, and Tomas Soucek, Vladimir Coufal, and Pablo Fornals have all lately been linked to new contracts.

Tomas Soucek contract update


The latter player’s negotiations for new terms, according to a recent West Ham development, have, nevertheless, slightly stopped over the past year. As a result, West Ham and Steidten may “consider cashing in” on Moyes’ “important player,” according to a Football Insider article by journalist Pete O’Rourke. The Irons will try to restart negotiations with Soucek and are eager to keep him, but if a resolution cannot be reached, they may attempt to offload in January, he said in a contract update.

“West Ham are keen to iron out a deal and now Jarrod Bowen has pledged his long-term future, they will look to reignite talks with Soucek,” O’Rourke stated.

He is still a crucial player for David Moyes, therefore they will soon pick up their efforts. In the event that no progress is made by January, the Irons will make a decision regarding Soucek’s future. They might think about selling if bids for the midfielder come in rather than letting him go for nothing.”

At the conclusion of this season, Soucek’s current contract expires, and losing him would likely be a setback given his recent upswing. Most recently, the defender for the Czech Republic scored in West Ham’s 2-2 draw with Newcastle, earning praise from Moyes.

“I’m pleased for Tomáš as he is making a good contribution with his goals, as did Mo today who got his first one for us, which was great,” Moyes remarked.

“Tomá has been positioned a little higher in the last few games in an effort to get him closer to the box. It was difficult today because we lacked sufficient crosses or balls towards the edge of their box, but he made it and scored.

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