Stan Kroenke is unlikely to sell Arsenal despite the failure of his attempt to join the European Super League, according to reports.
The Super League plan, which Stan Kroenke was reportedly heavily involved in forming, would have given Arsenal a guaranteed place in a competition they hoped would massively increase revenue. It’s not hard to see why that appealed to him.
But they’re out of it now, and have the added potential obstacles of having already pulled out of the European Club Association, and angered the vast majority of Europe’s clubs who are now calling for sanctions.
Essentially, Arsenal are in a much worse position than last week with the added problem for Kroenke that the Super League appears very much off the table for the time being.
The Daily Mail claim that’s not enough to convince Kroenke to sell, though. He remains unlikely to part with the club even with his Super League dream in tatters. It doesn’t look like there’s a happy ending to this one.