FUMING Arsenal fans are planning another huge protest against their hated owner before their clash with Villarreal next week.
The Gunners supporters gathered in huge numbers last Friday outside the Emirates before facing Everton.
Thousands of them chanted and held up banners demanding Stan Kroenke sell up after the recent European Super League shambles.
And the fans are now expected to make their feelings known again before the Europa League second-leg match on 6 May.
SunSports understands action groups and supporters trusts believe even more will turn up this time around.
There were at least 1,000 people at the rally last week, with fireworks, flares and an effigy of US owner hanged up.
The North London side were one of 12 clubs to breakaway and form a new Super League in secret, causing worldwide outrage.
There were also marches outside Chelsea’s Stamford Bridge before the Brighton game last Tuesday.
SunSport exclusively revealed today that Arsenal legends Thierry Henry, Dennis Bergkamp and Patrick Vieira are in talks over a shock takeover.
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The three icons have linked up with Spotify founder Daniel Ek – worth £3.4 BILLION – to buy the Gunners from Kroenke.
And Henry told talkSPORT: “Arsenal fans have spoken, they are not happy and I’m with them.
“I’m a fan, too, and I’m happy with the protests. I couldn’t go, because you can imagine, but I was happy about them.
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“It’s the fans’ club, fans will always decide the future of the club and if fans want things to happen it’s on you.
“They were not happy about what’s happening and rightly so.At some point enough is enough.
“You sit there and support the club but then they did what they did with the Super League without consulting anybody, and I was like, ‘wow'.”
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