Arsene Wenger has hinted he could be eager to assist out with a possible takeover at Arsenal.
The Gunners have been linked with a takeover involving Spotify co-owner Daniel Ek.
The billionaire has teamed up with Gunners legends Thierry Henry, Dennis Bergkamp and Patrick Vieira – all previous gamers of Wenger – to purchase the north Londoners from unpopular proprietor Stan Kroenke.
Arsenal supporters have been protesting in opposition to the Kroenkes over the membership’s involvement within the failed European Tremendous League, though the homeowners insist they’re not entertaining any bids.
Requested if he would return to the Emirates underneath new possession, former Arsenal boss Wenger instructed beIN SPORTS: “I’ll all the time assist Arsenal.
“If I may help Arsenal, I’ll do it as properly in any means. That’s my reply. After that, I’m blissful in my life at the moment.”
Wenger received three Premier League titles and 7 FA Cups throughout his 18-year spell with Arsenal, which led to Might 2018.
He added: “The followers gave me the credit score that I all the time put Arsenal first and I sacrificed the most effective years of my life in my profession to assist this membership.
“To get out of constructing a brand new stadium, paying it again with none cash from anyone. We didn’t exit and say we wanted cash.
“We did it with the standard of our work and we maintained the membership on the prime. Sure, I used to be criticised as properly – you need to settle for that whenever you’re in a public job.
“No person questioned that I did it genuinely and with a need to do what is nice for the membership.”
In the meantime, talkSPORT host Simon Jordan has questioned whether or not Ek, a boyhood Arsenal fan, is the fitting man to guide the membership.
He stated: “With the wealth he’s amassed he places himself able to be a critical contender to purchase Arsenal or any soccer membership he chooses to.
“However right here comes the larger query, which is, the focus of wealth that it required, when you have a look at the Forbes valuation and say, ‘Arsenal are valued at $2.9billion’.
“This man’s worth is tied up in an excellent enterprise, Spotify, a product of its time.
“However that may be a large, large, large leap from being a technological man that may sit and work issues out to going right into a public area enterprise.”