Czech billionaire Daniel Kretinsky already has an exciting plan in place if his deal to acquire a 27% stake in West Ham goes ahead according to a report from The Telegraph.
Kretinsky is allegedly considering purchasing a minority stake in West Ham.
The 46-year-old is expected to buy 27 per cent of the Hammers initially and may take a majority stake at later date (The Athletic).
David Sullivan and David Gold are currently the co-owners of West Ham with Karren Brady fulfilling the vice-chairman role.
The majority of Hammers fans are not happy with the way in which the club has been run over the past five years or so.
So the prospect of new investment into the club is obviously a very exciting one for the Hammers fans.
Daniel Kretinsky already has an exciting plan in place if West Ham deal goes through
The Czech businessman allegedly wants to set up a partnership between West Ham United and Sparta Prague, if his deal to acquire just over a quarter of the Hammers goes through (The Telegraph).
And in our opinion, that could help us sign long-term David Moyes target Adam Hlozek.
The Athletic claimed that West Ham wanted to sign the £15m-rated hitman in the summer.
The 19-year-old has been described as an ‘exceptional striker’ by Sparta Prague boss Pavel Vrba (iSport).
The Czech Republic international has 12 goals involvements to his name in 20 games for Sparta Prague this season. He registered 15 goals and eight assists in 19 league games last term (Transfermarkt).
Bringing Hlozek to the London Stadium would be a masterstroke by Moyes.
And with Kretinsky on board, that will surely be a reality.