The Spotify proprietor Daniel Ek has revealed he made a bid to purchase Arsenal this week that was rejected by the Kroenke household.
Ek, who has joined forces with Thierry Henry, Dennis Bergkamp and Patrick Vieira within the hope of persuading the present house owners to promote the membership, stated the bid failed however his curiosity stays.
In a tweet despatched on Saturday night, the 38-year-old Swedish billionaire, wrote: “Inaccurate studies emerged at the moment saying I’ve not made a bid for Arsenal Soccer Membership. I believe it’s necessary to appropriate the report – this week a proposal was made to each Josh Kroenke and their bankers that included fan possession, illustration at board and a golden share for the supporters.
“They replied that they don’t want the cash. I respect their resolution however stay and obtainable ought to that scenario ever change.”
Stan Kroenke, who owns Kroenke Sports activities & Leisure, is assumed to need not less than £2bn if he’s to think about promoting the membership he has run since April 2011 and a few sources place that determine significantly increased. Ek’s private fortune is estimated to be round £3.4bn though figures near the nascent consortium say he would have little drawback amassing the sum essential to tempt Kroenke into promoting.