It's well known that the two of them don't speak to each other directly. If Stan the man is making a bid for AU's shares then it's going to be a long drawn out process. He's not going to sell cheaply if he is selling. So he comes out with the I'm not in talks to sell line to the fans. Stan is never going to let AU buy his shares, so he's going to have to go big to get them. Let the dance begin
Not sure. Heís said heís only interested in doing things for the benefit for the club and working towards the same aims as the Arsenal Supportersí Trust, which is opposed to Kroenke, which obviously doesnít fit together with him selling at any price to him. He also states heís willing to buy more shares himself.
Itís just the same posturing thatís been going on for the last 10 years.