The Kroenkes, who own Arsenal, have already received a lot of criticism, and it has now come to light that they committed a £133 million transfer error.
Nonetheless, despite these difficulties, they appear to have a good relationship with the team, as Arsenal is now doing well in the Premier League.
Mikel Arteta, the manager of Arsenal, is concentrated on the team’s forthcoming Europa League encounter against Sporting as they seek to move to the quarterfinals despite their current success in the Premier League. In their previous meeting, which was a thrilling game in which both clubs traded leads, Sporting held Arsenal to a 2-2 draw. Arsenal is performing well in the Europa League while also doing well in the domestic league.
Arsenal is conscious of the difficulties in juggling the demands of domestic and European football, so Arteta might be careful in choosing his starting lineup for the game against Sporting.
Once main owner Stan Kroenke and his son Josh received new titles in the boardroom, the ownership structure of Arsenal changed. Tim Lewis, a current director, will take on the position of executive vice-chair while they will now serve as co-chairs. Stan Kroenke stated in a statement that this adjustment shows their family’s continued commitment to the team and is a logical step in their attempts to advance Arsenal.
“As we move past the pandemic, stability in football has never been more crucial, and we think this is the ideal time to formalize these responsibilities. To field teams that contend for trophies at the highest level and to lead our club in a way that motivates our ardent followers across the world are our unwavering goals and ambitions.
Victor Osimhen, who is today valued at €150 million (£133 million), apparently went unsigned by Arsenal six years ago despite being available for free. With 19 goals in 21 Serie A games this season, the Nigerian striker has been in sensational form and has caught the eye of elite clubs all over the world. Osimhen, however, decided against moving to Arsenal in 2016 and instead signed with Wolfsburg in Germany. Although he acknowledged that Wolfsburg would offer the best foundation for his professional development, he also thought that Wolfsburg was a fantastic team for young players.