Nigeria billionaire businessman Aliko Dangote, who has always wanted to buy premier league club Arsenal FC, has made it known when he will be able to buy thirteen times premier league champions. The 63 year old billionaire initially suspended the move to buy the English club because of the major projects he is doing in Nigeria.
Aliko Dangote is the richest man in Africa, and he has everything it takes to buy the football club, but he has insisted that he will have to finish all his projects in Lagos.
This is what Dangote said after he revived his interest to buy the football club.
" I am trying to finish building the company, then after we finish, maybe sometime in 2021 we can, I am not buying Arsenal right now, am buying Arsenal when I finish all these projects, because I want to take the company to the next level".
Aliko Dangote has been an Arsenal fan a long time ago. Stan Kroenke is the current owner of the premier league club, and the 73 year old American businessman has been heavily critizised for not spending on the club. Dangote will be looking forward to take over his position at the club.
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