The founding father of Spotify, Daniel Ek, has claimed he has secured funding for a possible takeover of Arsenal.
Ek claims he’ll make a “compelling supply” for the present proprietor, Stan Kroenke.
Talking to CNBC, Ek insisted he was “very severe” about taking on on the membership.
The Swedish billionaire additionally made it clear he was not discouraged by a press release from present homeowners Kroenke Sports activities & Leisure (KSE) on Tuesday, declaring that they had no intention to promote.
Ek is being supported by Arsenal legends Thierry Henry, Dennis Bergkamp and Patrick Vieira in his bid to take over at Emirates Stadium.
The 38-year-old mentioned: “I’ve been an Arsenal fan since I used to be eight. Arsenal is my crew. I really like the historical past, I really like the gamers and naturally, I really like the followers.
“In order I take a look at that, I simply see an amazing alternative to set an actual imaginative and prescient for the membership to carry it again to its glory.
“I need to set up belief with the followers. I need to interact the followers once more.
“I’m very severe. I’ve secured the funds for it and I need to carry what I feel is a really compelling supply to the homeowners and I hope they hear me out.”