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Kroenke Has ‘No Intention’ of Selling Arsenal Stake Despite Bid Reports: The Daily EPL

Not surprisingly, Arsenal Football Club has come out and denied the reports that the club has received a bid from a Middle East consortium to buy out the club. Yesterday’s story reported that the bid was a few weeks away, so expect the story to continue during the next few weeks as British tabloids bring it to life now and again.

How much truth is in the story, we’ll have to wait and see. And the timing of the initial report, on the day of Arsenal’s biggest match of the season so far against their arch-enemy club, seems too coincidental.

What do you think? Does the story carry weight, or is it just tabloid rumors? Let us know in the comments section below.

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  1. Jason

    March 3, 2013 at 10:00 am

    If Arsenal don’t finish in the top 4 then I believe the club will be sold. All the principal shareholders will get involved in a tussle to get a majority stake in the club but ultimately no one will succeed and they will all agree to sell the club.

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