Updates on the Kretinsky £650 million West Ham takeover option, Barcelona’s desire for Cavani, Spurs’ shock defeat by Mura, Chelsea, and Newcastle United.


West Ham United could be bought for £650 million by Kretinsky, Barcelona is interested in Cavani, Spurs have been stunned by Mura, Chelsea and Newcastle are all in the news.

After signing a deal for an optional buyout, DANIEL KRETINSKY is in line for a £650 million takeover of West Ham United.

With David Sullivan and David Gold agreeing to the sale, the Czech tycoon, 46, could complete a full takeover by 2023.

Kretinsky, who bought a 27 percent stake in the company, has an Olympian showjumping girlfriend and has been dubbed the “Czech Sphinx.”

In the Europa Conference League, Mura stunned Antonio Conte’s Tottenham Hotspur.

Harry Kane scored again, but Ryan Sessegnon was sent off in the first half, and Spurs were defeated with the final kick of the game.

West Ham beat Rapid Vienna 2-0 away from home, and Leicester beat Legia Warsaw 3-1 at King Power Stadium, with police having to intervene with the away fans.

Celtic were knocked out of Europe with a 3-2 loss to Bayer Leverkusen, while Rangers won 2-0 at home to Sparta Prague, ensuring their progression to the next round.

Chelsea are interested in signing Juventus star Federico Chiesa for £84 million.

With the win, Thomas Tuchel’s side qualified for the Champions League last 16 and are in the running for the draw on December 13.

In other news, Erling Haaland’s wages at Borussia Dortmund could be doubled if he is given a new contract.

Manchester United, Chelsea, Manchester City, and Real Madrid have all expressed interest in signing the goalscoring machine, who is 21 years old.

Newcastle has reportedly entered the race to sign Dusan Vlahovic, who is valued at £70 million and plays for Fiorentina.

Below you’ll find the most recent football news, updates, and transfer rumors…


Daniel Kretinsky, a Czech billionaire, has agreed to purchase West Ham United in its entirety.

Kretinsky bought a 27 percent stake in the Hammers for £150 million earlier this month, joining co-owners David Sullivan and David Gold on the board.

It was thought at the time that the businessman would take his time adjusting to life in the Premier League before increasing his interest.

However, documents filed with Companies House show that Kretinsky and Sullivan have already agreed to buy a controlling stake at an agreed-upon price, valuing the London club at around £650 million.

The ‘Put and Call’ agreement is mentioned several times in the club’s parent company, WH Holding Ltd,’s new articles of association, which were filed on November 23.

It demonstrates that the terms of a takeover have already been agreed upon, with Kretinsky, 46, having an unspecified amount of time to complete the deal before it expires.

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