Here is your Arsenal morning digest on Saturday, April 24.
Thousands gather for Kroenke protest
Thousands of Arsenal supporters gathered outside of the Emirates Stadium ahead of their clash with Everton last night.
A portion of Gunners fans were there to protest against the actions of Stan Kroenke, with many of them asking for the owner to leave the club.
Kroenke is not the most liked person in north London right now and hasn’t been during his tenure with the club, but KSE’s decision to take part in the Super League earlier this week has angered supporters even more.
Despite the Gunners pulling out of the controversial ‘breakaway’ league, the fans have clearly not forgiven the American businessman just yet.
You can read the fully story by clicking here.
Arteta slams decision in Everton defeat
Mikel Arteta does not understand why Arsenal were not awarded a penalty in their 1-0 defeat to Everton last night.
The Gunners thought they’d been given a penalty when the game was goalless after Dani Ceballos was brought down in the box.
“There are certain things we cannot control. To disallow a goal 15 seconds before – I saw it ten times but I cannot see it. I don’t get it,” the Spaniard said to Sky Sports.
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Everton went onto win the match in the second-half after Richarlison’s cross was turned into his own goal by Bernd Leno.
Read more from Arteta here.
Brighton set Bissouma asking price
According to The Athletic, Brighton will only accept £40million or more for Arsenal target Yves Bissouma this summer.
Bissouma has been linked with a move to the Emirates, as well as Liverpool and Manchester United following the midfielder’s impressive season at the Amex Stadium.
The Gunners are interested in signing the 24-year-old this summer, football.london understands.
As well as this, football.london learned earlier this year that the Seagulls star is keen on staying in the Premier League and would prefer a move to Arsenal before going to any other club.