Arsenal: 5 Changes New Ownership Could Make at the Club

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Arsenal: 5 Changes New Ownership Could Make at the Club
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Arsenal chairman Peter Hill-Wood recently denied reports that an Arab consortium is ready to make a £1.5 billion offer to purchase the club (via ESPN.co.uk).

Nevertheless, most would agree that the current majority shareholder, Stan Kroenke, is not the best man to lead Arsenal forward into a prosperous and trophy-filled future. At times, the only thing that seems to be less active than the American's mouth is his checkbook.

As Kroenke watches the Gunners finish their eighth consecutive season without a major trophy, and possibly the first outside the top four during Arsene Wenger's reign, let's look at five changes a new owner could make at the club if he or she swooped in now.

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