Tech & Science Arsenal, Spotify made an offer
Maty Ryan tells Arsenal he's a 'world-class goalkeeper' amid questions of Leno's future
The Australian shot-stopper is currently on loan at the Gunners from Brighton, but a permanent move could be made this summerA Germany international goalkeeper has remained first-choice for the Gunners throughout the 2020-21 campaign, but has made the odd mistake and seen a summer transfer speculated on.
in the turmoil for long months and retaining the supporters of the London club, Stan Kroenke, the current patron of the gunners, said this weekend via an intermediary, that he had not received any offer of redemption. This media output of the American boss of the Premier League club immediately reacted Daniel EK, the Swedish billionaire and founder of Spotify. In a recent press release, the latter announced the opposite and said he was ready to take over the club in the future. "Inaccurate reports have enamel today (Saturday, NDLR) saying that I had not made a job for Arsenal, entrusted Swedish. I think it's important to correct this information: this week an offer was made to Josh Kroenke (current owner, NDLR) and its bankers including the property for fans, a representation for the Board of Directors and a share Gold for supporters, assured Daniel EK. Their answer has been that they do not need money. I respect their decision but I remain interested and available if this situation had to change. »
Following Reports Today I Want to Correct The Record with Attached Status- Daniel EK (@eldsjal) ? Ref_SRC = twsrc% 5etFw% 7ctwcamp% 5etweeTembed% 7ctwterm% 5E1393644895357833217 % 7CTWGR% 5E% 7CTWCON% 5ES1_ & REF_URL = HTTPS% 3A% 2F% 2FRMCSport.bfmtv.com% 2FOOTBALL% 2FREDMIER-LEAGUE% 2Farsenal-le-CEO-DE-SPOTIFY-Ensure-il-A-Well-Formula-a -Find-of-acquis_av-202105160075.html
Ek reached out TWICE to Josh Kroenke since failed bid, says Bergkamp .
Arsenal denied a bid had been lodged but Bergkamp, who is involved with Ek alongside ex-team-mates Thierry Henry and Patrick Vieira, has detailed that the streaming guru is 'not a quitter'.It is understood that Swedish billionaire Ek submitted the bid last week and that it has been delivered to the present owner Stan Kroenke's company KSE and to the vice chairman Josh Kroenke.