Ek also sought the support of Henry and fellow Gunners legends Patrick Vieira and Dennis Bergkamp.
And Henry says the Swede will not give up in his attempt to buy the club.
"He already reached out [to the Kroenkes] and already said himself that he had collected the funds to make sure that he can put in a good bid.
"They now need to listen. A lot of people have been screaming that they want the owner out. We are trying to offer a solution involving the fans and getting the DNA of the club back.
"There needs to be a discussion, but he reached out. I think it is going to be long and not easy - if it does ever happen. One thing that I want to reiterate is that Daniel will not move away, he will be there waiting to see if they want to sell.
"That is going to take a very long time, we know what we want to do, but first and foremost we need to make sure that we can take over, if they are listening."
He added: "He approached us, we listened to him.
"When we knew first and foremost that he wanted to involve the fans, we actually met the Arsenal Supporters Trust and told them what we wanted to do.
"We want to bring them back on board, being part of the meetings, knowing what's happening because you need to put the DNA back into the club.