Arsenal Target of £1.5bn Takeover Bid from Middle East Consortium: The Nightly EPL
Both the Sunday Telegraph and Sun newspapers are reporting in tomorrow’s editions that Arsenal will be the subject of a £1.5 billion bid in the next few weeks from a Middle Eastern investment.
The consortium — which has investors in Qatar and the United Arab Emirates — have been working on a deal for the past four months, reports The Sun.
If the deal went through, American Stan Kroenke would make a profit of £350 million.
What do you think Arsenal fans? Are you’re pleased at the news? And would you love to get some of new wealth invested into the club to sign new players? Or are you sceptic about the reports? Let us know in the comments section below.
Here are tonight’s Premier League news headlines:
- Arsenal subjected to £1.5bn takeover bid from Middle East consortium — The Sun
- Ryan Giggs made to wait for his 1000th career appearance — The Mail
- James McArthur and Emmerson Boyce fight as Wigan are destroyed by Liverpool — 101GG
- Alex Ferguson expects Rio Ferdinand to stay at Manchester United — The Guardian
- Peter O’Sullevan & John Motson are proof that commentating should be left to experts — Telegraph
- Fifa’s new anti-racism chief may summon John Terry and Luis Suárez — The Guardian
- WA & AC Churchman’s ‘Association Footballers’ Cigarette Cards, 1938 — The Football Attic
- Sergio Ramos warns Manchester United of Real Madrid’s confidence — The Guardian
- Blackburn have signed Wigan midfielder David Jones on an emergency loan deal — Sky Sports
- Matt Taylor and Joe Cole injured in West Ham win — The Mail
- Phil Jagielka to undergo surgery on damaged ankle — ToffeeWeb
- FIFA: Goal-line technology to cost only £100,000 — ESPN FC
- QPR’s Harry Redknapp rails at ‘disruptive’ agent over Dubai ‘no-story’ — The Guardian
- Medical reports could determine whether the 2022 World Cup is moved to winter — BBC Sport
- Rafael Benitez given frosty reception by Chelsea fans — The Independent
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