Arsenal have suffered heavily the implications of joining European super league competition. From fans protest to poor performances and results against Everton las week.
With the owners now facing a tough time as fans are still pushing for their exits. Good news to Gunners fans as per yesterday on Goal.com, and as well as Daily mail. The Kroenke's had been rumoured.
To have slapped the club with £2Billion as price tag. Despite earlier reports that Josh the son to Kroenke. Had clarified that they're not going to sell the football club.
Now as per The Sun football, Sportify CEO Ek Daniel has teamed up. With former Arsenal Invincible Hendry, Bergkamp and Partick Vieira, to buy Arsenal football club.
The latter a believed to take full advantage of fans protest. And push for the Kroenke's to leave the club. The Sportify founder is believed to be worthy £3.4bn.
The report goes on to state that the owner is preparing to test the waters. With Kroenke, as they team up with the three. And place an offer which will surely tempt the Kroenke's to sell.
The majority shareholder Kroenke is believed to be interested in selling the club. Despite earlier reports from his son. And there could be a change of management too. Once the four manage to but the said club.
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