There has been a tentative enquiry to buy West Ham but current owners David Gold and David Sullivan do NOT plan on selling the London Stadium club.
Recent reports claimed a £350million bid for West Ham was rejected last month, but talkSPORT understands that, while there is interest in the club from at least one party, no firm offer has been made.
It is believed a consortium based in the United States are keen on the east Londoners and made approaches in August.
The Sun say a £350m offer was dismissed by co-owner Sullivan, though the interested party are refusing to give up.
But a change in ownership appears unlikely given neither Gold nor Sullivan are planning to sell up any time soon.
On Tuesday morning, talkSPORT host Jim White was contacted by a senior source at West Ham to provide information on a possible takeover – with Jim revealing the Hammers are NOT for sale.
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Jim said on talkSPORT: “A senior figure at the club this morning tells me that nobody has approached the club while under the present ownership with proof of funds, to this day.
“The source tells me West Ham, like every Premier league club, receives around six unsolicited approaches a month.
“They don’t view this story with any great degree of seriousness and, in any case, the club is not for sale.
“Having said that, and certain West Ham fans will scoff at this, the same source said we will always only do what is right for this football club.”
Co-owners Gold and Sullivan, and also vice-chairman Karren Brady, have come under increasing pressure over the past year and the #GSBOUT social media campaign has recently gained traction to demand their exits.
The 2016 move to the London Stadium remains the main source of supporter frustration, though the recent sale of top prospect Grady Diangana to West Brom has resulted in further anger and annoyance.
The #GSBOUT followers were especially vocal on Saturday evening as West Ham lost their Premier League opener, going down to Newcastle at home in lacklustre fashion.
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