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Arsenal Target of £1.5bn Takeover Bid from Middle East Consortium: The Nightly EPL

arsenal takeover 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.

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8 Responses to Arsenal Target of £1.5bn Takeover Bid from Middle East Consortium: The Nightly EPL

  1. Dust says:

    LoL… Just to piss off the Russian billionaire that own 30 percent but has no say… What a joke

  2. Matt says:

    Bring back the football I grew up with…not these Arab sheiks, Russian oligarchs, shady Asian businessmen (sigh)

  3. Mufc77 says:

    Someone might want tell the new Arsenal owners about FFP rules.

  4. Michael says:

    Figures Arabs would be involved, Arsenal was Osama bin Laden’s favourite side.

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