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Africa’s Richest Man Reveals When He Will Be Ready To Take Over Arsenal FC

Aliko Dangote
The following years have brought more and more links with him purchasing a significant stake in the club, and Dangote – who started his first business at the age of 21 and founded Africa’s largest cement provider – says he plans to make a move for the Gunners in two years’ time.
‘We will go after Arsenal from 2020… even if somebody buys, we will still go after it,’ Dangote, 61, told Reuters.
Stan Kroenke remains Arsenal’s majority shareholder with 67.09 per cent of the club, while it was reported on Tuesday that Alisher Usmanov was prepared to sell his 30.4 per cent stake.
When talking about the majority shareholders in August, Dangote said: “If they get the right offer, I’m sure they would walk away.
“Someone will give them an offer that will make them seriously consider walking away.
“And when we finish the refinery, I think we will be in a position to do that.”
Culled from Irish Mirror

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