Daniel Kretinsky is very close to securing a minority stake in West Ham that could lead to a full takeover of the club, according to Sky Sports.

It seems as if David Sullivan and David Gold’s time at the London Stadium will slowly be coming to an end.

However, this should be big news in the Hammers’ hunt for Czech striker Adam Hlozek in the windows to come.

Kretinsky already owns Sparta Prague, and who does Hlozek play for? Yeah, you guessed it, Sparta Prague.

Therefore, you would have to think that once this deal goes through, the Irons should be able to bring Hlozek to the London Stadium very easily.

David Moyes’ side were linked with a move for the 19-year-old earlier this year by The Athletic, and we would be stunned if that move doesn’t now happen.

It almost makes too much sense.

Kretinsky buys a stake in the Hammers, and suddenly Hlozek is at the London Stadium to join the Czech contingent.

So, we really hope this happens if the Kretinsky deal goes through, of course.

Now, Hlozek could be the ideal signing for the Hammers; he is still young but has plenty of experience for Sparta Prague.

You would think that he would be happy to compete with Michail Antonio for a starting spot and not take a huff if he doesn’t play.

It truly feels like the perfect signing for the Irons, and we now wait patiently to see what happens with Kretinsky and then Hlozek in January.

In other West Ham news, the Hammers are looking to sign a Champions League attacker in January.

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