Daniel Kretinksy’s proposed investment in West Ham has not been held up by the government, according to a new report.

Claret & Hugh claim that they have spoken to a club insider who has claimed that 90min’s latest report on the Kretinsky investment is incorrect.

They said that the Czech’s deal was being held up by the UK government and some other admin issues, but someone within the club has denied that.

The report also states that Kretinsky’s proposed deal should be completed in the next seven days.

Exciting times for the Irons.

If this club insider is correct, then there really is nothing stopping Kretinsky’s deal for the Irons.

The initial claim about the government didn’t suggest that they could stop the deal but more so postpone it.

However, we could be sitting here this time next week, and David Sullivan and David Gold’s dominance over the Irons could be over.

So, we will have to wait and see, but the future ahead could and should be very exciting for the Hammers.

Kretinsky was at the match on Sunday, which suggested that it was only a matter of time before the deal went through, and this latest claim really does suggest that we are in the end game now.

Sullivan and Gold will remain at the club for now, but the deal includes the option for Kretinsky to initiate a full buyout at some point in the future.

So, the pair are most likely to leave the Irons in the not too distant future, and that is the most important thing.

In other West Ham news, Rio Ferdinand has issued a claim on Declan Rice’s value.

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