Czech diplomat Libor Secka has sent a cryptic tweet regarding the potential investment in West Ham by Daniel Kretinsky.
Secka supports the Irons and was asked by one Hammers fan if he would help Kretinsky complete his reported investment in the Irons [Sky Sports].
He replied on his Twitter account with a winky face emoji, perhaps suggesting that he knows more than he is letting on or that he is involved in the deal.
Kretinsky is a billionaire and already owns Sparta Prague, but if he completes this deal, he could have the perfect base to push the Irons on and make them a real force in the Premier League.
Kretinsky’s reported investment in the Irons has moved along very quickly over the last 24 hours, with it looking like he will complete the deal soon.
The important thing about this deal is that Kretinsky should have the option to complete a full takeover of the club in the future.
So, it really could be the beginning of the end for David Sullivan and David Gold, which would probably make many Irons fans very happy.
This tweet from Secka doesn’t give anything factual away, but we can infer that he probably knows something is happening, and he might even be involved in trying to help the deal along.
The Hammers have picked up a decent Czech contingent in the last year and a half, and it appears as if Kretinsky is about to become the most important addition to that group in the near future.
In other West Ham news, Jim White has provided an update on the Kretinsky deal.
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