Canadian entrepreneur Alex Haditaghi is eyeing taking over a club in the Greek Super League, Inside Futbol can reveal.


Haditaghi recently looked to take control at Iranian side Persepolis and he is continuing his interest in getting involved in the game.


The Canadian, who operates in the property, mortgage and fintech industries, and has investments in the Greek economy, would like to look at becoming a club owner.




Several teams have been flagged as possibilities for Haditaghi, including Aris Salonika, Volos, Lamia, Panaitolikos, OFI Crete and PAS Giannina.


With an impressive business background, tempting Haditaghi to take charge of a club would be widely seen as a coup by whoever pulls it off.



Inside Futbol approached Haditaghi for comment and he told us: “I have not engaged in discussions with any Greek Super League team for a considerable time.


“However, if a chance arises to purchase a big Greek team, my interest would be substantial.



“The opportunity to become an owner of any of these esteemed teams would indeed bring fulfilment.”


All eyes will be on whether Haditaghi progresses his interest and ultimately takes control of a team in the Greek top flight.