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West Hams Owners Reject An Informal Approach To Purchase The Club With Former Qpr Boss Philip Beard Among Those Interested

David Sullivan and David Gold, the team’s owners, have turned down an informal offer to buy the club.
The approach was rejected by Sullivan and Gold, who bought West Ham in 2010 because it was a vague offer that was not in the best interests of the club, its supporters, or shareholders.
Former QPR chief executive Philip Beard has been attempting to negotiate a purchase of West Ham United.
Sullivan and Gold do not want to sell and would only consider doing so if a potential buyer shared their vision for West Ham and had the financial means to take the club to the next level.
The newest attempt was considered by the owners as a property agreement rather than a football deal after West Ham finished sixth in the Premier League last season, earning qualifying to the Europa League.
There was no evidence of funds, and there was no hint of investing in the transfer market to bolster the first-team roster.
Prospective buyers approach Sullivan and Gold on a regular basis, but many of them do not have the necessary cash to purchase the club and typically lack football knowledge.
West Ham will kick off their Premier League campaign in 2021-22 with a trip to Saint James’ Park to face Newcastle United on August 15, which will be shown live on Sky Sports.
Back-to-back home games against Leicester City and Crystal Palace await the Hammers, who just agreed a new three-year contract with manager David Moyes.
West Ham, who finished sixth in the 2020/21 season, will meet Tottenham Hotspur on October 23 and Chelsea on December 4 at the London Stadium.
On May 22, Moyes’ side travels to Brighton to finish their league campaign.

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