Former QPR chief executive Philip Beard has been looking to put a deal together to purchase West Ham from current majority owners David Sullivan and David Gold; West Ham are regularly approached by prospective buyers but do not want to sell
West Ham’s owners David Sullivan and David Gold have turned down an informal approach to buy the club.
Sullivan and Gold, who bought West Ham in 2010, rejected the approach because it was a vague offer and was not in the best interests of the club, its supporters or shareholders.
Former QPR chief executive Philip Beard has been trying to put together a deal to buy West Ham.
Sullivan and Gold do not want to sell and would only consider a possible sale if a prospective buyer had the best interests for West Ham as well as the finances to take the club to the next level.