It comes as absolutely no surprise to read that an extraordinarily high valuation has been placed on West Ham United by the owners.
It has regularly been reported that we are one of those Premier League outfits that could be on the market but equally as regularly the club has made it clear they have no interest in selling.
The Mail story is a little short on background but it can be taken as a given that West Ham United will not be changing hands in the near, middle or possibly distant future.
It has also been reported that Sulllivan is in no rush to sell West Ham, who are an established club in the Premier League.
With son Jack being groomed as the eventual boss and the club investing over the last two years like never before there seems less likelihood than ever of the current owners being remotely interested in a sale.
He is currently of course in charge of the womens’ team which is presumably the start of a learning curve for his eventual accession.
The repeated aim is top six or even top four and at times such as this it’s strange that such a story should surface in the first place.