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There is a bittersweet irony as Daniel Kretinsky full West Ham takeover hopes are dashed by European success but a big rethink is on the cards.

There has been much speculation surrounding a West Ham takeover over the last couple of years..

Czech billionaire Daniel Kretinsky has repeatedly been linked with an eventual full takeover of West Ham.

Particularly since the sad passing of David Gold and his daughter Jacqueline and the expiration of the embarrassment clause in the club’s anchor tenancy deal with the LLDC.

Kretinsky became West Ham’s second biggest stakeholder behind David Sullivan when he purchased 27 per cent of the club in November 2021..

There was excitement among some West Ham fans when a report claimed Kretinsky could complete a full takeover AND buy the London Stadium.

There is a bittersweet irony as Kretinsky full West Ham takeover hopes are dashed by European success but a big rethink is be on the cards.

As West Ham bask in the glory of their Europa Conference League triumph and subsequent Europa League qualification, Kretinsky’s other club Sparta Prague won the Czech league and have a shot at making the Champions League

Hammers News has reported in detail previously about the difficulties that would arise should Kretinsky take full ownership of West Ham when it comes to competing in Europe given his 40% stake and presidency at Sparta.

Because that would breach UEFA’s Multi-Club Ownership rules and could result in Sparta or West Ham being excluded from Europe should both qualify.

Hammers News contacted UEFA for clarification over the multi-club ownership (MCO) situation in the wake of Kretinsky’s arrival at West Ham.

And Europe’s governing body responded by pointing to Article 5 of its constitution which strictly states that ‘no individual or legal entity may have control or influence over more than one club participating in a UEFA club competition’.

UEFA has a set of distinct rules which dictates which club would be banned from Europe and most scenarios do not bode well for West Ham.

Although he is West Ham’s second biggest stakeholder, Kretinsky remains a “minority” entity.

So West Ham and Sparta – who could end up in the Europa League if they do not qualify for the Champions League – would not currently breach MCO rules.

That would all change if Kretinsky were to launch a full takeover at West Ham anytime soon.

And so, as claimed by West Ham board confidant Sean Whetstone recently, the Czech money man has no such plans for ‘the foreseeable future’.

West Ham have qualified for Europe for the third consecutive year for the first time in the club’s history.

So there is no lack of irony to this particular obstacle.

But obviously if Kretinsky were to ever launch a full takeover the aim would be to continue to compete for the European spots. So it’s an issue that is not going away and would require a big decision over his involvement with Sparta Prague down the line.

There is some hope, though, as we reported back in March, UEFA have announced they are planning a potentially major rethink on MCO rules.

Aleksander Ceferin, the president of European football’s governing body – has said a rethink of the existing rules is needed and that two options — to keep the ban and prohibit clubs with the same owner playing in the same competition, or to allow them to take part — would be explored.

While Kretinsky and West Ham are not named, Ceferin made it clear the rethink comes as there are numerous club owners who want to buy other clubs.

“We are not thinking about Manchester United (INEOS takeover) only,” Ceferin said on The Overlap – an interview seen by The Times ahead of its release.

“We’ve had five or six owners of clubs who want to buy another club. We have to see what to do.

“The options are that it stays like that or that we allow them to play in the same competition. I’m not sure yet.

“We have to speak about these regulations and see what to do about it. There is more and more interest in this multi-club ownership. We shouldn’t just say no for the investments for multi-club ownership, but we have to see what kind of rules we set in that case, because the rules have to be strict.”

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Lucas has been west Ham strong midfielder who has done a lot for the club loses his son last night on as accident, which he was rushed to the hospital but couldn’t make it

According to Sky Sport Italia, the Hammers have given the first response to a proposal from the Giallorossi to take him on loan with an option to buy.

The reply was negative, as the Premier League side – who followed Roma in lifting the Conference League trophy – believe they can clinch a sale for the centre-forward.

West Ham out-bid Paris Saint-Germain last summer for Sassuolo hitman Scamacca, paying €36m plus another €6m in potential bonuses and a 10 per cent cut of the resale value.

He contributed eight goals in 27 competitive games this season, but injuries and difficulties adapting to the defend and counter tactics saw him struggle as the campaign wore on.

Roma remain the favourites, but simply cannot afford a permanent transfer, especially after losing Tammy Abraham for six months to an anterior cruciate ligament injury.

It is reported that Scamacca’s agents will need to push for an immediate exit from West Ham and help Roma strike a deal for the loan

BREAKING NEWS:West Ham has signed Napoli attacker  which has been Aston Villa long time target

West Ham could be the potential destination for Napoli ace Hirving Lozano this summer, according to the player’s former agent Alessandro Monfrecola.

According to the publication, Monfrecola believes either the Hammers or Aston Villa could make a move for the winger.

Monfrecola noted that Lozano failed to live up to the expectations of Napoli president Aurelio De Laurentiis this season, as his side finally lifted Serie A again.

“West Ham’s proposal for Lozano? I think if Lozano leaves Napoli he will do it for an English club,” Monfrecola said on Radio CRC, as quoted by SportItalia.

“The rumours that reach me from Mexico tell me that there are interests from English clubs. I think Aston Villa or West Ham will be the solution for Lozano.

“He had a year below his expectations, so such a substantial salary in view of De Laurentiis’ salaries is not good.”

Exciting prospect

Lozano was once of the most sought-after attackers in Europe not so long ago, with the Mexican banging in 40 goals in his 79 appearances for PSV, where he also chipped in with 23 assists.

And it was Serie A outfit Napoli who won the race for his signature back in the summer of 2019.

But the attacker really hasn’t hit the heights expected of him in the south of Italy, with the 27-year-old scoring just 30 goals from his 155 matches for the club so far.

The winger found himself in and out of the starting XI this season as Napoli clinched a memorable league title, with Lozano scoring just three goals from his 38 Serie A games.

It was a similar campaign for West Ham striker Scamacca in East London, with the Italian international enduring a really underwhelming debut season for the Hammers.

The future of both players is seemingly up in the air amid the beginning of the summer transfer window.

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