Gunners chief prepared to listen

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Arsenal chairman Peter Hill-Wood maintains the board have no intention of selling any more shares in the club but would listen to any "sensible proposals" from the likes of Alisher Usmanov and Stan Kroenke.

There has been uncertainty surrounding the direction of the club following the high-profile departure of vice-chairman David Dein and sale of captain Thierry Henry to Barcelona, although speculation surrounding Arsene Wenger´s future was finally concluded last week when the Frenchman signed a new three-year deal with the club.

Hill-Wood told BBC Sports Editor Mihir Bose: "The major shareholders have no intention of selling and wouldn´t welcome an offer. We will have a dialogue with any principal or major shareholder. If they have got some sensible proposals we will listen to them."

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