Aliko Dangote plans to take over the ownership of Arsenal Football Club


Aliko Dangote African richest man has uncovered his new plans of assuming control over the responsibility for Football Club from Stan Kroenke.

“I’m attempting to wrap up the organization and afterward after we finish, possibly some time in 2021 we can,” Dangote said in an ongoing meeting on the David Rubenstein Show in September.

The Nigeria specialist has made no mystery of his craving to assume control over the north London club previously and has offered a few expressions about propelling a future takeover offer before.

He said in 2018 that he would almost certainly offer to purchase the London club in 2020. Be that as it may, he is right now progressing in the direction of the consummation of his processing plant in Lagos.

Dangote, a 62-year-old Gunners supporter, positions number 136 on Forbes’ rich rundown, said his next center is purchasing Arsenal after the finish of his present undertakings.

In any case, while the Dangote Refinery which is anticipated to be one the world’s biggest petroleum processing plants has not been finished in three years, the Nigerian specialist has offered a conclusive expression to purchase Arsenal.

“It is a group that yes I might want to get sometime in the not so distant future, yet what I continue saying is we have $20billion worth of ventures and that is the thing that I truly need to focus on,” Dangote said

Dangote said the Arsenal task will get an unparalleled consideration in the wake of finishing the present ones which are intended to take “the organization to the following level.”

Dangote claims about 85% of the traded on an open market Dangote Cement through a holding organization. He likewise claims stakes in traded on an open market salt, sugar and flour producing organizations.

As at 2019, Dangote’s total assets was evaluated to be $10 billion.


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