sport news Arsenal ARE up for sale despite owner Stan Kroenke insisting otherwise

REVEALED: Arsenal ARE up for sale just days after Stan Kroenke insisted he will not entertain any offers for the club with under-fire owner quoting a £1.7BILLION price to possible buyers two years ago Arsenal are up for sale despite owner Stan Kroenke insisting otherwise  Fans are calling for the American to sell up after European Super League farce  Spotify billionaire Daniel Ek has expressed an interest in buying the club Mail on Sunday understands Gunners have effectively been for sale for two years

By Nick Callow For The Mail On Sunday

Published: 22:31 BST, 1 May 2021 | Updated: 23:48 BST, 1 May 2021

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Arsenal are for sale just days after Stan Kroenke insisted he would not entertain any offers for the club.

Swedish Spotify billionaire Daniel Ek last week threw his hat into the ring and said he is preparing a bid for control of Arsenal.

And word on the international investment circuit is that Arsenal have effectively been on the market — for about two years.

The Mail on Sunday understands it is less then two years since Kroenke’s Denver-based holding company Kroenke Sports and Entertainment (KSE) received an approach from an international financial consortium.

Arsenal are on the market despite their under-fire owner Stan Kroenke insisting otherwise

Arsenal are on the market despite their under-fire owner Stan Kroenke insisting otherwise

Arsenal supporters are calling for owner Kroenke to sell the club after years of mediocrity

Arsenal supporters are calling for owner Kroenke to sell the club after years of mediocrity

Rather than rebuff talks, as previously had been the case with the Russian oligarch Alisher Usmanov and Nigerian billionaire Aliko Dangote, the interested party were told KSE would entertain bids in the region of £1.7billion. A deal could not be made on that occasion but it did show that

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