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Kroenke eager for Gunners talks

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Arsenal stakeholder Stan Kroenke is eager to meet with the rest of Gunners board following his talks with chairman Peter Hill-Wood and managing director Keith Edelman last month.

The American billionaire has increased his stake in Arsenal to 12% and while Paul Andrews, the executive vice president and chief marketing officer of Kroenke Sports Enterprises, refused to say whether Kroenke was looking to make a further investment in Arsenal but said the reclusive business tycoon was excited about his current stake in the London club.

"It is an investment, Mr Kroenke has invested in Arsenal and he´s very excited about it," Andrews said. "He´s been meeting with the people from Arsenal for the past year and a half and he´s very fond of the way they run their business operation. He´s very bullish about it."

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