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Arsenal Fans Dealt A Blow As The Club's Boss And Top Manager Does This

The former, long time England and London club Arsenal's top leadership hierarchy led by the owner Stan Kroenke is not going anywhere soon.


According to a report by The Sun and despite several protests from the London's club fans and a planned take over by Daniel EK of Spotify, reports have it that Stan Kroenke is not ready to let go of the club.


For quite a number years now, Arsenal fans have been unimpressed and have showed their dissatisfaction following the poor leadership of the club, mostly in the transfer business.


This comes as the London club has recently become a laughing stock in the transfer market.

A good example is the latest slip of Emiliano Buendia who was snatched by Aston Villa FC, a club that has been doing well in the EPL last season.


The fan's protests have been to get the Arsenal boss and business tycoon Stan Kroenke out of the club's leadership.


The Arsenal fans recently got a massive boost when Spotify boss Daniel EK made a £1.8billion offer to take over the club last month, which was a sigh of relief to Arsenal fans and players.


The bid by Daniel EK was however turned down by Kroenke.


For what has been seen as good news again, Daniel EK has now come back and is set to propose a new £2billion offer.


Despite that, according to the Sun, the Arsenal boss Stan Kroeke is set to reject any offer that may come, especially an offer to purchase the club from him, no matter the amount of money.


Kroenke, according to a report by The Sun has preferred to remain at the top leadership of the London club, and is not willing to let go the club, no matter what.


This has now been seen by many as another set back to the many Arsenal fans across the world who have been demanding for a change of ownership as Stan Kroenke looks set to get them through another transfer window this summer.


On the same case, Arsenal FC are desperately in need to make important signings this summer.

This has been seen as a move set to improve Mikel Arteta's EPL squad next season, by carrying out important signings this summer.

The signings have been projected as a move set improve Arteta's squad, in order to compete for EPL's top four positions next season.


The London giant club has been linked with signing of various high profile and international players.

However, without European Champions League match in the coming season at Emirates Stadium, it is going to be difficult for club to make the much anticipated signings.


The club has also been reported to be on the verge of missing out such signings, such as Emi Buendia who has been signed by rivals Aston Villa. This is according to Fabrizio Romano.

Emi Buendia few days ago joined Aston Villa, after Arsenal were unable to sign him.


Arsenal FC have however been seeking the services of Ruben Neves as an alternative to Emi Buendia.


According to a report by The Sun, Arsenal have offered Nketiah to Leeds United for £20m.


"...Arsenal FC offer Eddie Nketiah to Leeds United in £20million transfer deal, with ex-Elland Road loanee to be sold this summer..." Part of the statement read.


Arsenal are desperately in need to get funds to bring top talents at the Emirates Stadium, in order to compete for the EPL title and Champions League slot in the coming season.


The Mikel Arteta's led club has also been delt a huge blow in the transfer window, as Wolverhampton Wanderers are said to be demanding £35m for Ruben Neves, if Arsenal really want to sign him.


There has been rumors that Arsenal's Granit Xhaka is in talks to join Roma, and the deal may be sealed soon.


There is also a possible move for Torreira, which will see Arsenal and Mikel Arteta's boosted transfer kitty before the window is closed


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