Spotify CEO Daniel Ek has been at the forefront in his quest to buy Arsenal Football club from its current owners Stan and Stan Kroenke of Kroenke Sports Enterprise (KSE). According to media reports, his bid was rejected but he is adamant to give up.
While speaking in a post-match press conference, Mikel Arteta backed Kroenke and stated that they would like to take the club to the next level and that's why they were on the pitch during Brighton and Hove Albion match.
“He wants to take the club to a different level. That’s why he’s here,” Arteta said when asked about his boss Josh Kroenke and the situation at the club following the takeover bid.
10,000 fans were given the chance to watch their beloved team play their last match and they didn't disappoint in cheering them. However, a section of them was seen carrying placards with a strong message reading “Kroenke Out.”
A takeover bid is more unlikely to happen despite the young Music streaming CEO attempts. Arsenal fans will have to keep up with them and maybe things might change in future.
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