Harry Redknapp has urged David Sullivan and David Gold to promote West Ham United and let ‘somebody with huge cash’ take over on the membership.
The Hammers narrowly prevented relegation final time period and had been led to security by David Moyes in his second stint in east London.
Regardless of declaring he needed to construct a younger and hungry squad, the Scot was pressured to look at on as promising academy prospect Grady Diangana was offered to West Bromwich Albion.
Sullivan advised talkSPORT the funds from Diangana’s departure could be reinvested within the membership and defensive reinforcements could be firmly on his radar.
Nevertheless, one month on from that assertion, Vladimir Coufal’s £6m arrival from Slavia Prague is the one new face on the London Stadium. Bids for James Tarkowski, Jonathan Tah and Nikola Milenkovic all fell by means of.
Jack Wilshere and Josh Cullen have already left Stratford, with Felipe Anderson set to fellow, whereas Chelsea defender Fiyako Tomori rejected a transfer to the membership TEN MINUTES earlier than the switch deadline.
And after the temper amongst the fan base shifted after two optimistic outcomes in opposition to Wolves and Leicester, Redknapp believes the supporters deserve greater than what could be the membership’s fourth relegation battle in 5 seasons since leaving Upton Park in 2016.
“West Ham followers need to end greater than that,” Redknapp advised Sky Sports activities.
“They’ve acquired 60,000 individuals each week there now as a result of that floor is full.
“What West Ham want in the long run and, no disrespect to David Sullivan and David Gold who’ve are available, they want any individual to come back in and purchase the membership.
“They want somebody with huge cash to take the membership the place it must go.
“As a result of the help and the fan base is unimaginable.”