What the papers say: Wenger in conflict with board as Kroenke moves within £150K of takeover

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The Sun Stan closer to Arsenal bid
STAN KROENKE has moved to within 17 shares of the threshold which would force him into making a takeover bid for Arsenal.

The Daily Mirror - Stan Kroenke moves closer to Arsenal takeover
US tycoon Stan Kroenke has moved a step closer to launching a takeover bid for Arsenal having increased his stake in the club. Kroenke is now within 17 shares of the threshold that forces him to make a takeover bid having invested another lump sum into the club.

The Daily MailArsenal midfielder Samir Nasri faces stamp ban as referee tells FA he did not see Hull incident
Samir Nasri looks set to be charged with violent conduct after referee Steve Bennett told the Football Association he had not seen the Arsenal midfielder's alleged stamp on Richard Garcia's ankle at the Emirates on Saturday.

Stan Kroenke has moved to within 17 shares of the threshold which would force him into making a takeover bid for Arsenal.

The Times - Stan Kroenke closes in on takeover after upping stake at Arsenal
Stan Kroenke has increased his stake in Arsenal and is now within 17 shares of being forced to launch an obligatory takeover bid. The Premier League club has confirmed that the American acquired 25 more shares last week at a cost of £212,500 ($342,400).

The Independent - Kroenke moves to within 17 shares of Arsenal takeover
Arsenal's biggest shareholder Stan Kroenke moved within 17 shares of the threshold that would force him into making a takeover bid for the club yesterday.

The Daily Telegraph Alisher Usmanov calls on Stan Kroenke to make Arsenal intentions clear
Alisher Usmanov has called on Stan Kroenke, his fellow billionaire shareholder, to finally outline his intentions for Arsenal amid concern for the long-term stability of the club.

The Guardian - Arsène Wenger fears US tourist trap for Arsenal
Arsène Wenger is in conflict with his own board about plans to take the club on a pre-season tour of the United States. Arsenal have traditionally been England's only Champions League club not to fly across continents in a money- and profile-raising exercise before the Premier League season's kick-off, but all that is set to change.

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