Daniel Kretinsky has now agreed a deal to pump significant investment into West Ham United, according to 90min.

The online outlet have shared the major update on Thursday evening, claiming a deal has now been agreed with David Sullivan.

After months of talks at the London Stadium, Kretinsky will now become the second highest stakeholder at the club.

It is also suggested that this deal will see the Hammers release more shares.

That will dilute the current shareholders, meaning his new investment will benefit them as well as the club.

Kretinsky and his investment value the Irons at up to £600million, double the mooted fee of the previous interest party, PAI Capital.

This will see the Czech billionaire take control of up to 30% of the club and the first step towards a complete takeover.

End of an era.

This is the first step towards GSB finally leaving the London Stadium.

It has been eventful, to say the least, but things look as though they will be ending on good terms, given the way things are going.

After hitting European football last season and investing in the squad heavily towards the end of the window – things haven’t looked this good in years.

Kretinsky coming in, redeveloping the London Stadium, and the form of the squad means everything is looking up right now.

Could we see more Czech influence on the transfer front too now? More players could be arriving and following Alex Kral, Tomas Soucek and Vladimir Coufal in the years to come.

In other West Ham United news, this is what Michail Antonio said to Cristian Romero in the win over Tottenham.

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