‘Let’s Hope He Delivers’ ‘Bring On A Hopeful New Era’ Supporters Excited With Billionaire Expected To Buy West Ham Stake Within Days

‘Let’s Hope He Delivers’ ‘Bring On A Hopeful New Era’ Supporters Excited With Billionaire Expected To Buy West Ham Stake Within Days
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Czech businessman Daniel Kretinsky is in advanced talks to buy a minority stake in West Ham, according to multiple reports in the English media.

The billionaire already owns Sparta Prague, as well as owning shares in Sainsbury’s and Royal Mail, and he is now looking to buy up 27% of the Hammers.

Some reports even suggest that Kretinsky eventually intends to mount a full takeover, ending David Sullivan and David Gold’s tenure as the club’s owners. Supporters on Twitter are very excited by this latest development:

It is likely that an official announcement will be made in the first weekend of November, and the share sell-off is expected to value West Ham between £600m and £700m.

Kretinsky is expected to have an option to buy the whole club, although it is thought this will only be open for a limited period of time. Sullivan and Gold have owned the Irons since 2010 and it appears their time at the club could soon be over.

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‘Let’s Hope He Delivers’ ‘Bring On A Hopeful New Era’ Supporters Excited With Billionaire Expected To Buy West Ham Stake Within Days

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