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Rams owner Stan Kroenke is set to become the majority owner of the British soccer club Arsenal, the second NFL owner to be in control of an English Premier League team. The Glazer family, which owns the Buccaneers, also owns Manchester United.

According to BBC Sports, Kroenke already owns 30 percent of the English Premier League club and is set to purchase another 32 percent. Then, as majority owner, he must offer to buy out all the remaining shareholders. Arsenal is valued around £750 million.

Kroneke purchased majority control of the Rams last August for a reported $750 million. 

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