Serbian businessman Dragan Sholak is the new owner of the Turkish second division club Göztepe. His plan is to form a whole football group of clubs that collude with each other. Sholak and his controlled company “United Group” also contacted Levski.
At the end of June, it became clear that representatives of Sholak, who is the owner of Southampton, have renewed talks with the management of the “blues” with the idea of acquiring 80% of the club.
Dragan Šolak enters Goztepe with the company Sport Republic, which already owns 70% of the shares of the club, which until recently was part of the Super League of our southern neighbor.
?????️Henrik Kraft “Rasmus ve ben çok ışığılıyız. Üçüncü ortağımız Dragan Solak kıvağındaya gelemedi ama en ıkın zamana onila da takışınışık. Kulüp modelimize uğın olan Göztepe’ye ışımışın ıtımızın için çok mutluyuz.”#Göztepe #GöztepeNet #SportRepublic #HenrikKraft pic.twitter.com/UBAg7DdWrx
— Göztepe.Net (@Goztepe_Net) August 19, 2022
Sholak has been in the football world since January this year when he became the majority owner of Southampton, and his big goal is to make a system of clubs that work in cooperation with each other.
According to the media in France, he is also in talks to buy Valenciennes.
Turkey’s Goztepe was once linked with Roman Abramovich, who planned to buy the club after he was forced to sell Chelsea, but the deal fell through.
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