The Kroenke family has dismissed rumors that Arsenal are for sale amid reports that a takeover bid is being prepared for the English club.
The Gunners’ owners have been under pressure from fans since the ‘unfortunate’ European Super League project.
The situation created by the European Super League has led to growing rumors about the sale of the club, where interest in buying is not lacking.
Spotify owner Daniel Ek has stated that he is ready to buy the London club, while it was rumored that he is in collaboration with Arsenal legends to do so.
But despite the uproar, the Kroenke family insists they are not considering leaving the Emirates Stadium.
“In recent days we have noticed media speculation about a possible offer to sell Arsenal Football Club,” Stan and Josh Kroenke initially said in a statement issued Tuesday night.
“We remain 100 percent committed to Arsenal and we are not selling any parts of the club. “We have not received any offers and we will not entertain any offers.”
“Our ambition for Arsenal remains to compete for the biggest trophies in the game and our focus remains on improving our competitiveness on the pitch to achieve this,” the Kroenke family concluded. / Telegraphy /