News of the Swedish entrepreneur’s desire to purchase the Gunners came after thousands of supporters gathered outside the Emirates to protest against the Kroenkes’ ownership.
The decision from Stan Kroenke to join the breakaway European Super League – which Arsenal have since withdrawn from – was the final straw for many fans.
Displeasure towards Kroenke from supporters is not new, though the Americans have made it clear they are not willing to sell.
“He already – I’ll give you something – he already reached out.
“He’s already said himself that he’s collected the funds the make sure he can put a good bid.
“Now, obviously they need to listen and see, [whether] they accept or not accept.”
Henry wants fans back involved with Arsenal three years after Kroenke took full control of the club.
The Frenchman says Ek is prepared to be in it for the long haul.
Henry added: “We are trying to find a solution involving the fans. Let’s see where it goes. He reached out.
“I cannot talk about how much it is. That’s been Daniel and the Kroenke family.
“It’s going to be long and not easy. Daniel will not move away. He will be waiting to see if they are willing to sell.”When asked why public?
“Daniel is an honest man. We had a conversation with the supporters’ trust. He reached out and there’s going to be a bid.
“We’re trying to bring a solution.”
Last week, the Kroenkes released a statement saying they have no intention to sell the club at the moment and want to bring success back on the pitch.
“In recent days we have noted media speculation regarding a potential takeover bid for Arsenal Football Club,” the statement read.
“We remain 100 per committed to Arsenal and are not selling any stake in the Club. We have not received any offer and we will not entertain any offer.
“Our ambition for Arsenal remains to compete to win the biggest trophies in the game and our focus remains on improving our competitiveness on the pitch to achieve this.
“Stan Kroenke and Josh Kroenke, Kroenke Sports & Entertainment.”
The following day Ek spoke to American television about his wish to buy Arsenal despite the Kroenkes’ public stance.
The Swede says he is prepared for the process to take a long time.
Ek told CNBC: “I’ve secured the funds for it and I want to bring what I think is a very compelling offer to the owners and I hope they hear me out.
“I’ve been a fan for 30 years of this club.
“I didn’t expect this would happen overnight. I’m prepared this could be a long journey.
“All I can do is prepare what I think is a very thoughtful offer and bring it to them and hope they hear me out.”