West Ham are close to making a final decision over Daniel Kretinsky’s investment in the club, according to Claret and Hugh.
The report states that speculation about a decision being months away is untrue and that things are moving faster.
A decision is expected before Christmas and could be made within the next 21 days.
It is also understood that new shares are likely to be made available while it remains to be seen who sells how many shares to Kretinsky.
Need to fast-track it
This is only a minority stake and not a full takeover so we’re hoping it doesn’t take too long.
The Hammers have been linked with new owners for a while and this will be the first step towards seeing that becoming a reality.
There are different people keen on buying a stake in the club as well and the more the merrier for West Ham fans as they’ve grown sick of the current owners.
David Sullivan, David Gold and Karren Brady are extremely unpopular figures among the London Stadium faithful.
It’s fair to say that the Hammers will have a merry Christmas should the Czech connection get finalised in the coming weeks.
The side are on the cusp of reaching the next level and possibly this could be the final piece of the jigsaw.
In other West Ham news, a Hammers first-team player is set to be transfer listed ahead of a January exit
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