Nobody should buy Persepolis and Esteghlal

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Nobody should buy Persepolis and Esteghlal

Do not buy Persepolis and Esteghlal.

Despite the advertisement for selling 51% of Persepolis club shares on the 11th of Farvardin, an event that was predicted to happen occurred, and no buyer stepped forward.

After the unsuccessful transfer of Persepolis to the Social Security Organization, talk of non-governmental banks emerged. Bank Melli was mentioned for buying Persepolis, and Bank Tejarat for Esteghlal. However, what was seen during this time was merely the interest of banks in acquiring shares of the two capital’s big teams.

After the issue of transferring the clubs to banks was raised, the initial reaction was banks being prohibited from ownership. However, even if legal obstacles are removed, there is still not much hope for the transfer of the clubs to banks or similar entities.

The reality is that Esteghlal and Persepolis, despite having big names, face numerous challenges.

Any group that takes over these two clubs will have to spend hundreds of billion Tomans for one year. But what returns will such expenses bring? Ticket sales, advertising, environmental factors, or television broadcasting rights – the answer is none.

Two clubs had until March 31 to settle and determine their debts, and it is said that the issue of joint ownership must also be resolved by April 25, which means another 25 days. It is unlikely that the issue of debts will be resolved by that date with the current situation.


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