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Stan Kroenke to takeover Arsenal; fans show displeasure

Arsenal’s majority shareholder Stan Kroenke has made an offer to purchase out Alisher Usmanov’s shareholding in the English Premier League club, turning the tables on the Russian Billionaire.

The Uzbek-born businessman has sought massive support for his own plans to take over the North London club but is thought to be considering the bid. He currently has a 30.04% shareholding in the club.

Yet, American Stan Kroenke has sought to reduce Usmanov’s influence in the club denying him a place on the board.

The American has 67% of the shareholdings in the Emirates club through his own company Kroenke Sports Enterprises [KSE] and has become a controversial person among supporters frustrated by his failure to invest in the side and willingness to splash out cash.

Should Russian Usmanov decide to cash in on a bid for his own shareholdings and sell to Stan Kroenke, the Russian business magnate could turn his attentions to investing heavily on Merseyside giant Everton for a future assault on the UEFA Champions League spot.

The Russian billionaire is a friend of Everton owner Farhad Moshirir who had initially partnered up with as ally in his bid to take control at the North London club.


2 Comments on "Stan Kroenke to takeover Arsenal; fans show displeasure"

  1. It is the end of Arsenal if Kronke takes full control. All other clubs are rejoicing at this news. Arsenal have fallen way behind the spuds, and it it all due to super spud Kroenke. Everyone boycott the stadium tomorrow, otherwise it will be too late.

  2. End of Arsenal if Kroenke achieves this.

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