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The sale of the 'ultimate' relegation ball to Tom Brady has been cancelled

The sale of the ‘ultimate’ relegation ball to Tom Brady has been cancelled

The parties agreed to void the possession of the ball, which was auctioned for $518,000, after the Buccaneers quarterback came out of retirement less than 24 hours after the auction ended.

The a discount to $518 000 subordinate The ball used for the “final” landing pass. of recently retired Tom BradyAnd It is done By mutual agreement between the buyer, the broker and the auction house, according to Lelands Auctions.

Because of the special nature of the decision brady To return to fields NFL Just 40 days after he first announced his withdrawal at the end of January — and less than 24 hours after the auction closed — no money had been exchanged, so the deal was simply scrapped, according to a source familiar with the negotiations.

“We wanted to do the right thing here,” he said. Mike Hefnerchairman and partner at Lelands, adding that although the original buyer pulled out, the broker still wanted to sell the ball privately through Lelands.

“It’s the most memorable situation we’ll likely find in our lives, at least when it comes to sports memorabilia. We haven’t come to the end of that practice yet; we’ve written a chapter.”

Even after the return of the seven-time world champion Energy to me Tampa Bay Buccaneersthe resulting decrease in the price of the ellipse, Hefner He said that several potential buyers have contacted him about his purchase.

“It’s still an incredible story,” he said. Hefner. “Any touchdown ball from brady that it”.

It took a month to finally announce the end of the sale because the parties involved wanted to know if brady will remain active. According to Lelands, after contacting the buyer and the commission agent, the delay was due to wanting to confirm a case brady.

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“All parties wanted to see how it was resolved,” he explained. Hefner. “Tom BradyLet’s face it, he’s been a bit hit and miss these days. Even throwing my first touchdown pass in September, that ball is still trademark.”