Director of Arsenal Strongly confirm no plans to sell the club

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Josh Kroenke, Director of Arsenal Football Club Strongly confirm again that there are no plans to sell the club for sure.

         The Kroenke family, which owns the Gunners, have been heavily criticized by fans for joining the European Super League earlier than with their withdrawal. Amid news that Sportify CEO Daniel Eck is ready to take over.

         Earlier reports revealed the Eck made a bid of £1.8 billion. But it rejecte last summer. Recently, Josh confirmed again that there are no plans to sell the club.

         “We are constantly receiving bids for the club from various groups around the world. That shows the strength of Arsenal,” said Josh Kroenke.

         “This is a strong institution. Arsenal Football Club is a global brand and the only answer I can say is that the club is not for sale. we just started We’ve only been a team owner since 2018. We have a young manager. We have a young dynamic team and we are planning for the future.”

Director of Arsenal Strongly confirm no plans to sell the club

         “In the US we have a certain pattern. (Used for other organizations operated by Kroenke Sport & Entertainment) and we are working here. Which we have done in the last few years, young players, talented players with strong minds. Let them grow together while showing off their talents to the team.”

         “When it grows it will be very special. The power of continuity behind the scenes and people working together and going in the same direction. A special moment awaits for this club.”

The richest man in Africa according to Forbes, Dangote has not hidden his desire to buy out Stan Kroenke in the coming years. And he hopes to start talks over a potential takeover once his oil refinery is fully operational.

We have no intention of selling. I believe we are fit to carry on in our position as custodians of Arsenal.” Josh Kroenke was quoted as saying by Sky Sports.

We were put in a very difficult position by forces outside of the club.”

Arsenal, along with Manchester United, Liverpool, Manchester City, Tottenham and Chelsea withdrew from the proposed European Super League earlier this week.