|Khalatbari to leave Persepolis due to financial disagreement||
Persepolis striker Mohammad Reza Khalatbari is set to leave the club due to financial disagreement with general manager.
Persepolis has not paid Khalatbari’s last season contract completely yet and they have to pay 250,000$ to Ajman as a fee for signing the player as well.
Former Sepahan player signed a two-year contract with Persepolis last September and it was mentioned in the contract that Khalatbari will earn 550,000$ for his second season but general manager Alireza Rahimi refused to pay this amount of money.
Khalatbari scored six goals in 21 appearances for Persepolis last season. His league goals helped Persepolis to finish in second place at the league. Persepolis also earned a berth in the next season’s Asian Champions League.
Seyed Jalal Hosseini, Mehrdad Pooladi and Reza Haghighi are three other Persepolis players who are on the verge of leaving the club due to financial disagreements.
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