Arsenal majority shareholder Stan Kroenke says his shares “are usually not, and have by no means been, on the market”.
The American’s firm launched an announcement on Monday following the latest £1bn bid by Alisher Usmanov to take full management of the Gunners.
Kroenke Sports activities and Leisure added it was “a dedicated, long-term investor in Arsenal and can stay so”.
The assertion comes a day after Arsenal did not qualify for the Champions League for the primary time in 20 years.
Kroenke has a 67% stake in Arsenal. Usmanov owns 30% however shouldn’t be a part of the board or decision-making on the membership.
The Uzbek-born Russian stated in April that Kroenke should “bear large accountability” for the membership’s failures on the pitch.
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The Gunners, who completed fifth within the Premier League this season, face Chelsea within the FA Cup remaining on Saturday.
Arsenal legend Ian Wright says the membership wants the spending energy of a billionaire reminiscent of Usmanov, including “one thing has to alter”.
The assertion from Kroenke didn’t point out the way forward for Gunners boss Arsene Wenger, whose contract expires in the summertime.
Wenger, who has been the goal of protests from a few of the membership’s followers, says the state of affairs will probably be determined after the FA Cup remaining.
Nonetheless, he blamed the uncertainty over his future for contributing to the membership failing to qualify for the Champions League.
‘Arsenal want a winner like Abramovich’
The Gunners’ London rivals Chelsea received the Premier League this season – the fifth time they’ve completed so beneath the possession of billionaire Roman Abramovich, who has spent closely since taking management in 2003.
“Abramovich is a winner,” added Wright, who scored 185 objectives in 288 appearances for Arsenal.
“Stan Kroenke sees it as one other asset. When you take a look at all his different franchises, they’re doing the identical. They’re mediocre, with poor attendances and are not reaching something as a staff. That’s the place Arsenal are in the meanwhile.
“We’d like an proprietor like Abramovich, who desires to win. I might swap Arsenal’s final 10 years for what Chelsea have completed.”