Should Stan Kroenke sell Arsenal to an Indian super-billionaire?

Indian billionaire and the tenth richest man in the world, Mukesh Ambani, is looking to buy a Premier League club and he loves Arsenal.

Liverpool and Manchester United are on the market for sale, with their owners looking for new investors or partners.

Stan Kroenke has been under pressure in the past to sell Arsenal, but the American and his family insist the club is not for sale.

This is another opportunity for them to cash in on the London club with a report in the Daily Mail revealing Ambani prefers to buy Mikel Arteta’s side over United or Liverpool.

Just Arsenal Opinion

Kroenke has been through tough times as the owner of Arsenal, yet he did not sell the club.

Now that his team is at the top of the Premier League table and has the feel-good factor back, he will hardly consider a sale.

Ambani should move on and settle for one of United or Liverpool because this Arsenal team is simply not for sale.

What we need now is more investment from the owners to secure more talent in the upcoming transfer windows.

If we can get that, this team can dominate the Premier League for several seasons to come.

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18 Comments

  1. The Koroenkes have shown that they’re willing to back their investment and stand by those they hired to get a job done, which is more than I can say for most other clubs. I’m personally very happy with our owners.

    1. Sean M

      I was one of the biggest critics of the Koroenkes up until a couple of season ago and now that they own 100% of the club they have not let us down with transfer and loyalty,

      so I totally agree with you

  2. It boils down to neither of the Kroenkes being at heart even football fans, let alone proper Gooners, despite what Josh does, (admittedly with great social skills and a smile on his face to try to convince us differently) , that makes them poor owners, esp STAN!
    Lets case bleak facts fellow Gooners too; THE FACT IS THAT THE CLUBS WITH MOST MONEY GET THE BEST PLAYERS, BEST WHOLE SET UP, INCLUDING THEBEST MANAGER.

    I believe that state of being is bleak , unfair and needs to be changed. But it EXISTS and will unless something radical c alters in how the ordinare football fan , which means us lot and all the rother clubs fans too, massively refuses to tolerate this bleak state of being.

    I have been warning against gross greed on JA AND OTHER PLATFORMS FOR MANY YEATS BUT IT FALLS ON WILFULLY DEAF EARS
    Simply put, it aint gonna change any time soon. Sigh!

    And with that sigh comes REALITY. REALITY says thaty the prospective Indian owners son is a mad Gooner, who adores us and that the prospective buyer has around ten times the wealth of Kroenke.

    In the extremely unlikely event this story has any real legs at all, I say BRING IT ON ASAP.

    BUT i STILL FEAR FOR ALL TOP LEVEL FOOTBALL AS IT IS ALL SET UPON CCOMPLETELY THE WRONG AND DAMAGING PATH, CONCERNING GROSS GREED.

    IF i could wave a magic wand and make it fair, I would do so this instant, but I CANNOT!!

    And since I am a realist who always chooses to live in the real world, I have to accept that fate OR give up football altogether.
    And believe me IF ONLY I could bring myself to do it, as I have done with both the last two WCs(but neither had Arsenal, so it was not that difficult , personally) I would do it right now. But I AM TOO WEAK AND CANNOT DO IT!

    1. While I fully agree with you that greed fuels football, I need to stress here that it cuts across every walk of life.
      That said, my only concern is that someone, preferably the Arabs will purchase our club and turn us into a Man City, something which will never happen under the Kroenkes

  3. Ambani is like a god here in India, the news about his son being a gooner is surprising lol. He has experience being a sports team owner with the best team in IPL which might be the best cricket league in the world in terms of player quality and wages. He would be an owner I would welcome, he also is very involved in his team.

  4. This Indian Billionaire sounds like the real deal, they actually prefer Arsenal as opposed to Liverpool and others, which tells you something.

    The Kroenke approach since the gaffer arrival has been nothing but outstanding, everything seems to be moving in the right direction at present, some will argue that the Kroenke new found approach is suspect and may just be preparing for an exact opportunity to sell to such a billionaire.

    There is a saying that you sticks to the evil you knows, one full year from now will tells you a lot, if the Kroenke continues on the same path there should be no reason to sell to any billionaire for that matter.

  5. The Kroenkes have no intention of selling Arsenal and I’m happy about that
    We want an owner who invest in the club and wants the club to to win trophies and we have that in the Kroenkes and we have a strategy to achieve that…why change the owners
    Nothing needs to be changed at Arsenal…Arsenal is a well run club in all aspects and very ambitious and that says a lot about the owners…..!

  6. We are not selling, so this article is futile. So some people think selling from one owner that didn’t have any true connection to this club, is ok to sell to another as long as he pays a lot for it and puts money into it? I dont believe sometimes what i am reading!!!!!

    1. Reggie, It’s interesting that you too, besides me and many others, “don’t believe sometimes what you are reading”!

      In the cynical yet highly realistic world in which I always choose to live , I PERSONALLY, RARELY ACCEPT ANY WRITTEN OR SPOKEN STATEMENT AS TRUE, UNTIL AND UNLESS I HAVE THOUGHT IT THROUGH AND MADE UP MY OWN MIND WHETHER OR NOT IT HAS THE RING OF TRUTH.
      I accept that I am cynical, but think that to be far more healthy than naively accepting any old rubbish statement issued by anyone, as being Gospel truth. As so many unthinking fans everywhere do! I know that only very rarely is it 100% true.

      On this JA rumoured takeover bid, I AM VERY SCEPTICAL INDEED AND ALMOST( though NOT 100%) certain, it is rubbish. So my above post only has , in reality, perhaps one or two percent chance, at best, of bearing any relevance AT ALL!
      CYNICAL REALITY!!

  7. i dont want them to sell tbh

    i like what i see from josh in the all or nothing in regard to his backing of MA.

    I could also start to see where we wanted to go and the restructure etc etc has helped.

    So what if KSE dont have ties or a connection to the club??

    The got ex players in who have that and are leading to club in a much fresher and organised fashion

    I have enjoyed this season and last tbh, regardless of teh im[plode at the end.

    KSE have built champion teams elsewhere, how about we all start giving them some credit to how the Arsenal are now operating, things take time, cant be done over night, especially with the circumstances we had during 2 seasons with covid etc

    season picks up soon, lets enjoy the holidays and get back to supporting the boys!

    Up the gunners!

    1. NAME EVEN ONE OTHER FOOTBALL TEAM THEY HAVE MADE CHAMPIONS.

      YOU WILL NOT FIND ONE, as your comment was false!

      1. I don’t think he mentioned football team.
        He only said, KSE have built champion teams elsewhere, which is true.

        So it means they know something about winning too.

  8. Besides the futility of the article and as much as I would love the Kroenkes to sell up it would have to be to anyone except an Indian or Chinese owner. From what we have seen so far they appear wishy washy, unreliable in delivering funds and promises and have so far been short sighted with their commitment.

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