They sold two academy prospects in Josh Cullen and Grady Diangana, whose same drew the public fury of captain Mark Noble. However, the latest news surrounding the Hammers has pleased a lot of the fan base, with reports that their owners would be willing to sell the club.
Can you see the owners leaving West Ham soon?
According to The Athletic and as tweeted by @whufc_news, David Gold and David Sullivan have decided that they would sell West Ham should they receive a good offer to sell their shares. Even though any suggestion that the club could be sold will likely be downplayed publicly, reports suggest they would privately listen to offers.
The relationship between many Irons fans and the owners has not been good, as evidenced starkly by a vocal on-pitch protest against the ownership whilst West Ham were playing Burnley at London Stadium in 2018.
This news could be music to the ears of many supporters and it will be interesting to see if any good offers are made to buy out the club:
How West Ham fans have reacted to the potential sale of the club:
Gold and Sullivan have decided that they would sell West Ham should a good offer come in to sell their shares. Any suggestion that the club could be sold will be played down by the Hammers, but privately they would listen to offers.
— #GSBOUT West Ham News (@whufc_news) October 9, 2020
— growing pains (@BBCEthiopia) October 9, 2020
— Gavin O Flynn (@Gavlar_04) October 9, 2020
That’s why they are doing no business https://t.co/d3ByUA5nmf
— Ibby #GSBOUT (@1bbyWHU) October 9, 2020
— mark carlaw (@mcrugrid) October 9, 2020
— Martin Allen (@M0rt66) October 9, 2020
Going on previous transfers.. My opening bid is £450…But I will pay it all up front.. Cash waiting!
— Paul (@Hammer1966) October 9, 2020
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