Czech billionaire Daniel Kretinsky was spotted at the London Stadium for the West Ham game against Liverpool.

The Irons secured a massive win over Jurgen Klopp’s side to keep their Champions League challenge on track.

The Czech billionaire has been heavily linked with investing in the Irons, and it seems as if that deal could be edging closer after he was spotted at the London Stadium [Cecko on Twitter].

Things keep getting better and better for the Irons.

Things are absolutely fantastic on the pitch for the Hammers at the moment, and they appear to be looking better and better with each passing game.

However, Kretinsky’s presence suggests that the Irons will also have a very bright future off the pitch as well.

Kretinsky is expected to complete a deal that will see him take a 27% stake in the Hammers soon and his presence at the game would suggest that deal is moving along nicely [90min].

Sparta zrovna hraje doma s Teplicema, ale Daniel Křetínský vyjel na nákupy do Londýna. I on teď přihlíží spanilé jízdě West Hamu. Zatím 3:1.

— Cecko (@Cecko8190) November 7, 2021

If he wasn’t going to be involved and this deal wasn’t that close, why would he be watching the game?

It is just a bit unprofessional, so Hammers fans can take encouragement from this new image, and they can believe that the future is very bright both on and off the pitch.

Let us all hope that by the time the Irons next play, this investment deal is completed.

In other West Ham news, here are our player ratings from the Liverpool match.

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