Kroenke provides major update for fans on potential £1bn sale of Arsenal
Arsenal majority shareholder Stan Kroenke has reportedly made his stance clear about the possible sale of the club.
The Gunners’ owner has received severe criticism from fans for several years over his perceived lack of ambition for the club.
And following a disappointing season, the club’s second highest shareholder Alisher Usmanov has offered to complete a £1 billion takeover of Arsenal FC.
However, according to reliable BBC journalist David Ornstein, Kroenke insists he will not let go of his ownership of Arsenal.
The club’s American owner is now reassuring fans that he wants to guide Arsene Wenger’s men towards major honours instead of settling for mediocrity.
Re Usmanov bid, Kroenke has reiterated long-term commitment to Arsenal, says aim is to win PL & make #AFC a force in Europe, not about money
— David Ornstein (@bbcsport_david) May 20, 2017