David Gold says that he is happy at West Ham United and does not want to buy Watford.
West Ham United co-owner David Gold has said on Twitter that he has no plan in buying Watford.
Gold made the comments in response to a Watford fan urging him to takeover the Hornets as he is not happy with his current owners.
The English businessman has made it clear that he will be at West Ham for a long time.
Thank you for asking but I’m West Ham till I die. dg https://t.co/wlOh9MfWhN— David Gold (@davidgold) September 7, 2019
Managerial change at Watford
Watford made a managerial change on Saturday, with Javi Gracia parting company with the Hornets and Quique Sanchez Flores returning to the dugout at Vicarage Road.
Sanchez was in charge of Watford during the 2015-16 campaign, and he has been brought back to the club with the team currently at the foot of the Premier League table.
Good start for West Ham United
As for West Ham, Manuel Pellegrini’s side have made a good start to their Premier League campaign.
The Hammers are seventh in the league table at the moment with seven points from four matches.