Tehran (IP) - The executive deputy of Persepolis Football Club (Persepolis F.C.) of Tehran said that the club has taken proper measures regarding the payment of foreign debts in the cases of Budimir, Calderon, and Osaguona.

Iran PressIran news: In response to an Iran Press question during a press conference held on Saturday, Ebrahim Shakoori said: “Of course, the cases of former players and coaches of Persepolis, including Osaguona, Budimir, Valencia, Zlatko, and Branko Ivankovic and Calderon have been voted on in FIFA, some of which have been settled and the demands of others must be paid."

Shakoori added: "By next month, the Persepolis F.C. must pay 500,000 euros to Budimir, a former Persepolis player."

Shakoori added: "Currently, the case of the Saudi Al-Nasr football team against the Iranian Persepolis club is active, and the Persepolis club has paid money to the sports arbitration court to follow up the case."

The executive deputy of Persepolis Football Club of Tehran also stressed: "Persepolis F.C. has complained about Shoja Khalilzadeh, a former player of this team, and the lawyers of Persepolis F.C. will follow up the complaint through the FIFA World Football Federation after the appeal committee issues its verdict."

Shakoori underscored: “The legal team of Persepolis Iran Club has also filled a complaint against Stokes, a former player of the Persepolis football team, and is waiting for FIFA's vote.”


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