The Dutch legend believes that if the club is sold to Eck, he can make a big difference at Arsenal.
legend Dennis Bergkamp has claimed that the reason he supported Daniel Ek to buy Arsenal was that they wanted to restore the club's DNA.
Ek had announced that he intended to buy the club for £1.8 billion, but his offer was rejected by the current owners. The co-owner of Spotify claims that the current owners of the club have told him that they do not need such money. Bergkamp, Henry and Patrick Vieira were among Daniel Ek's supporters, and now Bergkamp explained why he supported Ek.
"Ek has been worried about what has been happening at the club and their involvement in the so-called European Super League was the final straw,"
"Ek will not treat Arsenal like a toy. He is a real fan and wants supporters to have a meaningful say in the running of the club.
"Ek understands Arsenal's problems cannot be solved by just pouring money into the club or sacking the manager.
"Getting Arsenal back to the top will take time and can only be done by restructuring the club so that it is focused on sporting rather than business principles at all levels.
"A takeover is crucial for the club so Arsenal can have an owner who understands that a club cannot be run like a company.
"The takeover bid is motivated purely by building a better future for Arsenal."