Arsenal homeowners Stan and Josh Kroenke stay “100% dedicated” to the membership and won’t hearken to an offer from Spotify founder Daniel Ek.
Swedish billionaire Ek last week tweeted that he could be keen on shopping for the Premier League membership, owned by Stan Kroenke by means of his Kroenke Sports activities & Leisure (KSE) enterprise.
It was reported Monday that Ek, 38, started making inquiries over the weekend into the viability of an utility for possession and that former Gunners players Thierry Henry, Dennis Bergkamp and Patrick Vieira are all on board together with his plan.
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However any potential deal seems to have been scoured following a livid response from American possession of the Gunners, who say they haven’t acquired any offers.
“In latest days now we have famous media hypothesis a few attainable takeover bid for Arsenal FC,” learn a KSE assertion.
“We stay 100 per cent dedicated to Arsenal * and do not promote * any a part of the membership.
“We’ve got not accepted any offer and wouldn’t welcome any offer.”
Arsenal had been certainly one of six Premier League golf equipment to sign up for an invasive European Premier League earlier than shortly withdrawing because the mission collapsed.
That prompted new protests against Kroenke’s possession, with hundreds of dissatisfied supporters marching on the Emirates Stadium earlier than defeating Everton’s top flight on Friday.
“Our ambition for Arsenal stays to compete for essentially the most trophies of the sport and our focus continues to enhance our on-field competitiveness to realize this,” the assertion concluded.
The Gunners are tenth within the Premier League with 5 video games remaining, 12 points outside the top 4.
The loss to Everton was their seventh in a top-17 match on the Emirates this season.
Mikel Arteta’s team is within the semi-final of the Europa League and play the primary leg of their draw against Villarreal in Spain on Thursday.