Naturally, it's entirely possible that WeWork will end up with a different individual heading the company, but since John Legere's name has been mentioned, we'll keep you posted as the company's search for a CEO continues.
T-Mobile is up 25% year to date.
T-Mobile and WeWork declined to comment when contacted by GeekWire.
Neumann's departure came after WeWork's failed attempt at an initial public offering.
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A previous profile of Legere in the Journal also described him as "the world's most relentless corporate pugilist", pointing to everything from the time he tweeted out a list of suggested Verizon slogans that included "screws over customers" to the time he compared AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson to Batman villain the Riddler. Unlike Neumann, Legere is a highly effective business leader, having reshaped the culture and profitability of T-Mobile over the past decade.
Shares of Sprint also fell as much as 3.68% on the news.
Mr Neumann, a co-founder of WeWork, left the business as part of the investment deal with SoftBank, although he remains a board observer.
That's a fraction of the $47 billion figure it had previously been valued at.
Legere and Claure have worked together and appeared before Congress over the past 18 months as they try to win approval for the $26 billion merger between Sprint and T-Mobile.