Arsenal gaffer Mikel Arteta will be heavily backed in the upcoming transfer window with reports emerging that the Spaniard will have £250 million to spend this summer Arsenal owner Stan Kroenke has approved a war chest of a transfer budget to back boss Mikel Arteta in the summer window. Arsenal finished eighth in the Premier League last season meaning the Gunners have missed out on European football for the first time since 1996.
Arsenal are entering a defining transfer window under Mikel Arteta Mikel Arteta has a defining transfer window as Arsenal manager after a disastrous first full campaign at the Emirates. But the inexperienced Spaniard boss could be backed in the market with a huge transfer budget of £250m this summer, according to reports.
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GOOD MORNING ARSENAL FANS SunSport exclusively revealed yesterday that Arsenal are ready to launch another bid for Lyon midfielder Houssem Aouar, who is available for £20m. Reports claim owner Stan Kroenke will invest £250m in the squad this summer to help propel Mikel Arteta's side back into Europe's elite.
The Gunners’ current owners have earned a lot of criticism in recent years with the former midfielder now giving his thoughts Former Arsenal midfielder Emmanuel Petit has given a brutal verdict on Stan Kroenke’s current ownership of the North London club. The Gunners’ current owners have earned plenty of criticism in recent years for their erratic approach to the transfer market, as well as the intention to take Arsenal into the European Super League.
Arsenal's announcement that season ticket prices will be frozen for the upcoming season has sparked anger among fans despite the decision seeming positive at first glance Arsenal fans have been left outraged after the club’s hierarchy made the decision to just freeze ticket prices for the 2021/22 season.
Arsenal tried to join a European Super League earlier in the year. Arsenal: Aubameyang dons Gunners top as he goes for a run Arsenal chief Vinai Venkatesham is reportedly at loggerheads with the club when it comes to the European Super League debacle. The Gunners were one of the founding members of the competition, which failed to get off the ground when details emerged in April.
The European Super League, an elite alliance betraying football’s roots, was scuppered by fans. These same power structures exist in the art world – so where’s the resistance? For football fans, April 2021 will always be remembered as the moment when those who eat at the top table of European sport tried, but failed, to run off with the dining table.
Arsenal great David Seaman says if Stan Kroenke refuses to sell up - then he must invest in the squad. Billionaire Spotify CEO Daniel Ek is ready to launch a new £2billion takeover bid, and Seaman believes now is the time for the hierarchy to fully commit and pump money into the team.
Spotify CEO Daniel Ek is reportedly planning to make a second attempt to buy Arsenal from current owners KSE. Following the club's involvement in the failed European Super League project, Arsenal fans staged regular protests against Stan Kroenke and Josh Kroenke, who have been widely criticised since assuming control of the club.
Kevin Campbell wants Arsenal owner Stan Kroenke to splash the cash in the summer transfer window. Former Arsenal striker Kevin Campbell has suggested that Gunners owner Stan Kroenke could help the club to regain their Premier League title-winning credentials by funding a £200million spending spree in the summer transfer window.
Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta has been open about his desire to see squad improvements during the summer transfer window - and their first move could be bringing Martin Odegaard back to London Arsenal are looking to bolster their playing squad during the summer transfer window after a miserable season in which they finished eighth in the Premier League table.
Manchester United and English football fans hoping Germany's 50+1 model of club ownership will limit the power of rich investors like the Glazers have suffered a blow after the German markets authority raised questions
The 50+1 model means that most Bundesliga teams are controlled by supporters Following launch of the European Super League English fans backed the idea Man United supporters have led the way and 107,000 have signed a petition But the German markets authority has spent four years investigating 50+1 rule And now the Bundeskartellamt says the application of the rule is 'problematic'
Annual report from KPMG says club's enterprise value has fallen by 22% compared to last year Arsenal's on-pitch decline is being mirrored more than ever off it with the north London club no longer among the top ten most valuable clubs in the world, according to KPMG's annual enterprise value report.
Vieira is backing Daniel Ek’s ownership push and has said that Arsenal will be in ‘a difficult position’ if things carry on as they are Patrick Vieira has repeated his call for Stan Kroenke to leave Arsenal , saying that the club faces “a critical moment” which could define its future.
Arsenal fans have been protesting against the owners even more since the ill-fated European Super League fiasco. Arsenal icon Patrick Vieira has joined the likes of Thierry Henry and Dennis Bergkamp in lending his support to billionaire Daniel Ek, insisting the Spotify co-owner will not back down from trying to buy the club from Stan Kroenke.
Patrick Vieira has offered Arsenal fans hope as he's confirmed that Daniel Ek will try to launch a second takeover bid for the North London side after his first attempt was blocked Former Arsenal captain, Patrick Vieira, has revealed that Spotify's co-founder, Daniel Ek, will launch a second bid in an attempt to takeover the Gunners.
Make no mistake, this has been a miserable season for Arsenal.But this final day against Brighton at least meant it ended with some positivity. The Gunners beat Brighton 2-0, with Nicolas Pepe scoring twice, and all in all it was a comfortable afternoon’s work.