There will be no shortage of takers if West Ham United is ever put up for sale by co-owners David Sullivan and David Gold.
That’s according to former Leeds United man Noel Whelan, speaking exclusively to Football Insider about the potential sale of the London club.
This site revealed on Monday that Sullivan and Gold are open to selling the Hammers, with discussions held with a number of interested parties.
Gold and Sullivan bought West Ham in 2010 but the duo are open to selling the club and are standing firm on their £600million valuation.
Whelan claims the location of West Ham will have plenty of investors interested in a potential purchase if Gold and Sullivan are serious about selling the club.
“There will be no shortage of takers if and when West Ham goes up for sale,” Whelan told Football Insider correspondent Dylan Childs.
“That is a very desirable club to own. A London based club will always be an attractive option to investors.
“They’ve got the London Stadium as well. That wouldn’t put anyone off a potential purchase it has to be said.
“I’m sure there would be a lot of investors queueing up and being very curious about that one if the opportunity to buy the club was ever there.”
West Ham are enjoying a successful Premier League season with David Moyes’ side currently sat in fifth position above Liverpool and Tottenham despite narrowly avoiding the drop last term.
The Hammers face Spurs at the London Stadium in their next league outing as Moyes looks to mastermind a win against Jose Mourinho’s out of form side after securing a draw in the reverse fixture.