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ENGLAND/ ARSENAL, Wenger in the dark over takeover reports

04.03.2013 11.00 by TM W  read 1697
Source: Goal.com
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The under-pressure Gunners' boss claims to have no knowledge of reports linking the club to a €1.73 billion takeover bid by a Middle Eastern consortium
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger claims he is unaware of any potential bid from a Middle Eastern consortium to take control of the club.

Reports emerged on Sunday that the Gunners were set to be the subject of an imminent takeover bid from a combined Qatari and Abu Dhabi-based group that would offer around €1.73 billion for the club at approximately €23,000 per share.

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