Kroenke denies Arsenal sale: ‘We are not going to sell any club stake’

The Kroenkes, the family that owns Arsenal, denied that they have any interest in selling the club, after rumors have linked the founder of Spotify and several players with an offer to buy it.

Daniel Ek, Swedish billionaire owner of Spotify and players Thierry Henry, Dennis Bergkamp and Patrick Vieira have joined, according to rumors, to carry out an offer that will end the term of the Kroenke, in question since their inclusion in the European Super League. .

However, the American family has denied that they have an interest in getting rid of the club through a statement.

“In recent days we have seen speculation in the media about a possible offer for Arsenal. We are 100% committed and we will not sell any club shares. We have not received any offers and we will not consider them, ”said the Kroenke family.

Rumors about its sale increased after the game against Everton last Friday, when there was a protest against the owners in the vicinity of the Emirates Stadium. Arsenal was one of the founding members of the European Super League, but began the procedure for his departure, like the rest of English clubs, seeing the reception among fans of this decision.