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Arsenal fans urge stan kroenke to sell the club to Dangote

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The club attracted outside interest as two rival tycoons, Stan Kroenke and Alisher Usmanov, acquired significant share holdings in 2007.

In August 2018, Kroenke’s offer of £550 million for Usmanov’s share was accepted, and Kroenke bought out the remainder of the shares to become the club’s sole shareholder.

Nigerian billionaire Aliko Dangote launching a bid to takeover the Gunners appears to be edging ever closer amid The Africa Report stating his oil refinery is set to be operational in “early 2021”, meaning he can soon start talks with Kroenke in regards to taking control in north London.

report curated some of their fans’ reactions with one saying: “Aliko Dangote, this is the perfect opportunity for you to buy Arsenal. Please, we are begging you.”Another said: “Dangote should please buy Arsenal, we need new manager. A big club like Arsenal can’t be struggling.”One more added: “We need Dangote to buy Arsenal now.

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Arsenal open to offer for striker,who they could sell to fund move for Chelsea star

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Arsenal are open to offers for striker Alexandre Lacazette, who they could sell to fund a move for Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham, according to the Telegraph.

Lacazette was acquired by Arsenal on the back of a prolific campaign with Lyon, but has never managed more than 14 goals in a single Premier League campaign.

The Frenchman’s total in England’s top tier reads as follows: 128 games played, 50 goals scored. It’s nothing to write home about, if not disgraceful.

Arsenal clearly don’t deem his contributions to be sufficient, though, as the Telegraph report they are open to the idea of selling him this summer.

The Telegraph’s story is centred on Arsenal’s surprise interest in signing Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham, who appears to be heading out the exit door.

The belief is that the Gunners would be willing to listen to offers for Lacazette in order to raise funds for Abraham, which would presumably apply for any striker they’re keen on.

With Lacazette out of contract in 2022, this may well be the only opportunity Arsenal will get to recoup a significant amount of the £46.5m (the fee as per the BBC) they paid back in 2017.

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Interesting’: Arsenal could move to sign £70m star, after Tottenham reportedly have bid accepted – journalist

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Arsenal have consistently been talked up as the most likely buyers of White.

However, McGarry claims that Brighton are yet to really enter advanced negotiations over selling the central defender.

Indeed, the journalist says that Arsenal are now beginning to look at other options.And both them and Chelsea – who have been keen on White – are now looking at landing Kounde from Sevilla.

“An interesting development has been that Brighton have so far not entered into any serious discussions regarding White’s future,” he said.

“They have named a price and that is a basic £50 million fee, plus add-ons and potentially a sell on fee as well.

“This has led to Jules Kounde of Sevilla being in the mix with both clubs – both London clubs [Arsenal and Chelsea] – someone who is clearly a prospect and also who is flexible, he is not just a centre-back, he can play at right-back as well.

“I wonder if this will become a bargaining chip against Brighton in terms of the sale of White, or could it be the case that Kounde could well become a player for one of those clubs, making White the only option for the other.

Kounde is actually a defender in a similar mould to White. He is also valued at around the same figure.

He would, therefore, be an expensive signing if Arsenal were to land him.

The 22-year-old, who is valued at £70 million (La Colina Denervion) does possess more speed than White and is also comfortable on the ball, just like his Brighton counterpart.

However, he has no experience of Premier League football under his belt.

That could make him a more risky signing for Arsenal, especially as whatever central defender they try and sign appears to be set to step straight into their starting line-up.

If Arsenal are to sign Kounde they may also have to move quickly.

Gianluca Di Marzio says that Tottenham Hotspur have now agreed a deal with Sevilla for the defender, which includes Davinson Sanchez going the other way.Have something to tell us about this article?Let us know

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Lucas Torreira face huge summer as athletico decided on his future

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Lucas Torreira will have to sort out his future again after failing to impress Atletico Madrid while on loan there this season.

The Uruguayan is having a hard time in his career and is at a crossroads at the moment.

He doesn’t fit into Mikel Arteta’s plans and that is why the manager sanctioned his loan move away from the Emirates in the summer.

This is because teams from that region don’t have the financial power to sign a top player from Europe.

We expect arsenal to bolster their team in the summer and selling him will boost their transfer kitty.

But his poor form on-loan at Atletico means the Gunners might be stuck with him for the whole of next season.

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