West Ham United biggest secret on transfers has now been exposed that will shock fans

Bobby Kotick named as American behind West Ham bid

However, Vanessa Gold, who is Jacqueline’s sister and David’s daughter, formally declared at the end of October that she is thinking about selling a piece of their West Ham stock.

Activision CEO Bobby Kotick has now been identified as the unidentified American who is driving the West Ham bid.

Whetstone addressed X, stating: “An American who once starred with Brad Pitt in the movie Moneyball may be interested in buying a small share in West Ham.”

That man is Activision Blizzard CEO Kotick, who was born in New York, for those of you who have seen the movie or the supplied footage.

The sixty-year-old Kotick played Oakland Athletics co-owner Stephen Schott in a cameo appearance in the movie Moneyball.

Kotick’s Call of Duty to West Ham?

Bobby Kotick's post-Activision career could involve Premier League football  | VGC

From £500 million to £5.5 billion is his estimated net worth. Given that Activision Blizzard is the biggest and most profitable Western interactive entertainment company in the world and has been for the past 30 years, this latter figure is likely calculated.

World of Warcraft and Call of Duty are two massive video game properties that the company created.

In a later interview with Video Games Chronicle, Whetstone reiterated his hint.

As someone who might be interested in investing in West Ham, a reliable source gave me the name of Bobby Kotick, Whetstone said to VGC.

Fans of West Ham will be looking for additional funding in light of Kotick’s rumored interest in owning a part in the team as the Hammers struggle to compete with the Premier League’s and Europe’s top teams.

Before taking over Chelsea, Todd Boehly’s US consortium was linked with a potential interest in West Ham.

The commercial presence of West Ham in New York City was also recently covered by Hammers News.

The top insider at West Ham was contacted by Hammers News to discuss the development and if David Sullivan, the team’s primary owner, or Daniel Kretinsky, the team’s second-largest stakeholder, would be interested in purchasing Gold shares whenever they became available.

The pair was said to be “undecided.”

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