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West Ham owners refusing to sell as US consortium consider £350m bid

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West Ham owners David Sullivan and David Gold are refusing to bow to fan pressure and sell the club for now, despite interest from an American consortium.

West Ham say they have received no offers.

The group in the US has enquired about buying West Ham for £350million, but Sullivan and Gold have no plans to sell.

Sullivan and Gold bought West Ham in 2010.

The relationship between the board and supporters has deteriorated since West Ham left Upton Park to move to the London Stadium in 2016.

Sullivan owns a majority shareholding of 51.5 per cent of the club, Gold owns 35.1 per cent and American investor Tripp Smith owns 10 per cent.

Manager David Moyes wanted to kick on this summer after guiding West Ham to safety last season, but a restricted budget means their only signing so far has been the £16.5m deal to make Tomas Soucek’s loan move permanent.
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