Ek recently spoke of his interest in buying Arsenal but has not made any official offer and current owner Stan Kroenke has said the north London club are not for sale.
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“A takeover will be very long and not easy if it ever happens,” Henry told Sky Sports on Monday. “Daniel won’t be leaving. He will be there to see if they want to sell, it will take a long time.
“We know what we want to do, but first and foremost we have to make sure that we can take over, if they are listening. Let’s see where this will go, he reached out his hand. I do not know now how far they have gone. . “
Henry with his fellow former Arsenal players Dennis Bergkamp and Patrick Vieira assist Ek.
“He wants to re-inject Arsenal’s DNA, the identity that is long gone,” Henry said. “There aren’t any Arsenal members on the board who can sometimes show the right direction and that’s what Daniel wants to do.
“He has said before that he raised the funds to make sure he can make a good offer. Now they obviously have to listen and see what they can do.
“Something very important about that, saying that they want the owner to come out, we are trying to offer a solution to have the fans as the DNA of the club. ”