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£2.5bn bid ‘may tempt Kroenke’, Daniel Ek ‘secures the funds’, transfer news LATEST

GOOD MORNING GOONERS,

Ten-men Arsenal fought back dramatically in defeat to leave this Europa League semi-final well poised for the Emirates return.

Manu Trigueros and Raul Albiol put Villarreal 2-0 up inside the opening half-hour from the Spaniards’ first two proper chances.

And despite Dani Ceballos seeing red on 57 minutes for his second booking, Nicolas Pepe notched what could be a vital away goal from the penalty spot.

Mikel Arteta revealed after that he was satisfied with the result, based on how things transpired.

The Spaniard also praised Bernd Leno for his performance between the sticks and claimed he is confident the Gunners will go through.

He told BT Sport: “Yeah, of course we didn’t want to come here and lose but after the way the game developed you have to take the result. We started to be us, in the first half there were so many
moments where we weren’t us.

“Yeah he [Leno] was very good when we needed him at 2-0. He saved us and at the end we had a big chance with Auba [Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang] but we weren’t able to equalise.

“I am confident if we are us we are going to have a chance to win”

Meanwhile, on the takeover front, Daniel Ek’s proposed bid is in doubt following reports that the Spotify co-founder will need to stump up way more than he’s currently offering.

Matt Slater told the Athletic: “The number getting to Daniel Ek has been suggested that he thinks Arsenal is worth £1.8b.

“I’m sorry – that’s not going to get Kroenke out of bed. If he came at him with £2.5b, there’s a starting point for a conversation.

“Ek, I’ve learnt, has been thinking about football for a while. Could Ek, or other guys afford Arsenal, afford the type of offer Kroenke would take seriously? Yes. Is it going to happen soon? No.”

And finally, Arsenal target Nabil Fekir has boosted his Premier League admirers by confirming his Real Betis future is uncertain.

He told AS: “For now I am happy at Betis.

“We are going to do everything possible to go to Europe. It’s what I think about now.

“In football we can never know the future. We must look at season after season.

“It is always important to play in Europe. I was playing the Champions League and Europa League and I want to play there again.”

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