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Spotify CEO Daniel Ek confident of rescuing Arsenal from the Kreonke's

There was a lot of talks earlier this summer about a potential takeover of Arsenal, while by Spotify Chief Executive Officer Daniel Ek. Stan Kroenke was in big trouble with the fans after the European Super League mess.

It looked like he would hang on and get another chance with the supporters after promises were made that he would sign them new players, but the jury is still out on their summer business and a takeover may still be welcome.

Spotify Chief Executive Officer Daniel EK is a self-confessed Arsenal fan and would be keen to take them over and lead them back to glory, a report from the Sun has suggested that it could be on again.

The reason for this centres around the now-former NFL franchise from St Louis who are now in Los Angeles and known as the LA Rams, but it appears that Kroenke is now facing costs of £700m as he’s sued by the city of St Louis for his actions.

Those costs could rise to over $1B as other cases come to light, and it’s thought that EK is now back in the frame.

The problem for Arsenal now is that these cases could drag on and any focus or investment from the Kroenke’s isn’t their main problem right now, but it will be interesting to see how this plays out.

Fans want to see the world class players signing for their club and want to be happy in play; "KROENKE if you are not ready OUT we want another BILLIONARE to take over KROENKE OUT and DANIEL EK IN," a fan fumed

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