Date: 31st March 2021 at 10:50am
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has been speaking on the latest episode of The West Ham Way podcast, where he disclosed talk of a potential takeover of the capital

The Hammers are currently owned by business entrepreneurs David Gold and David Sullivan, who have held a majority stake in the Hammers for the last 11 years.

Their tenure has been a controversial one, with relegation to the Championship in 2010/11 and the move from Upton Park to the London Stadium causing particular grievances amongst the .

Now though, West Ham could be about to embark upon a new chapter in their history as ExWHUemployee has revealed a source has informed him of a prospective bid from a foreign consortium.

He said: “A decent source to me, told me that a consortium, an American consortium, are finalising a bid for a club and have submitted, or will submit an offer. Now, I don’t know if I believe this, I don’t know if there’s much legs of it, I don’t want people to get carried away and for me to be the next secret agent, because I’m telling you, I’m not sure if it’s true or not.

“I’m just putting it out there that apparently there is an American consortium that are very interested in the club.”

TIF Thoughts on a West Ham takeover…

Although any potential deal appears to be very much in its infancy, it is still perhaps a good enough reason for Hammers faithful to get excited.

The supporters have protested against Gold and Sullivan on multiple occasions throughout their tenure, and it’s hard to imagine many fans would be sad to see them go.

David Moyes is in with a chance of leading West Ham into the Champions League this season, and it would be a good way to end the current regime’s controversial time at the club.