The American owners of the Arsenal they do not plan to sell the Premier League club despite the intense and adverse reaction after their participation in the controversy Super league European, according to the own Josh
Arsenal were one of six English clubs to sign up for the project before withdrawing amid a storm of protests from fans, players and the British government along with threats of bans and sanctions from the European and world governing bodies of the play.
Kroenke, whose father Stan Kroenke struck a deal to take full control of Arsenal in 2018, said they “had no intention of selling” and believed they were in a position to “continue in our position as guardians” of the club.
“I may find myself with mistrust and skepticism, but over time I hope to establish some kind of relationship with our fan groups and show them that we are capable of moving our club forward,” he added.
The decision to join the controversial company was made to safeguard the future of the club, Kroenke said. “The first question we asked ourselves was: what is worse, a Super League or a Super League without Arsenal? We decided that a Super League without Arsenal was the worst ”.
Kroenke said the question of what the fans wanted was one that demanded a “much more complicated answer” than they had time to contemplate. “From the perspective of an English fan, they want to see more big games,” he added.
Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta said on Thursday that Stan Kroenke, CEO Vinai Venkatesham and other London club figures involved in the Super League plan had apologized to the players and himself.