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Stan Kroenke remains unlikely to sell Arsenal despite the mounting pressure on him to go, the Daily Mail report.

Arsenal fans have demanded that Kroenke leaves, following the drama around the European Super League.

Arsenal entered the Super League and then swiftly announced their intentions to leave following a mass backlash after the news.

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Their actions have not been forgiven by supporters, despite Arsenal making an apology on their website.

However, it seems that Kroenke has no intention of listening to fans calls for him to go.

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The Arsenal owner reportedly intends to stay at the Emirates Stadium.

Kroenke very rarely attends Arsenal games anyway, so the anger is unlikely to impact on him too much in that sense anyway.

Arsenal currently sit in ninth place in the Premier League table, meaning Kroenke may have to invest this summer if he is to propel his side up the league.

In other news, Liverpool now reportedly want player Pep Guardiola said is ‘almost impossible’ to stop