The ACME pharmacy, which is owned by A-Level club ACM, has been put up for sale, reports The Courier-Mail.
The pharmacy, at the corner of Adelaide and Macquarie Streets, has a capacity of about 10,000 and is one of only a handful of pharmacies in Melbourne to be part of the new A-league franchise.
The ACM has agreed to buy the pharmacy for $20 million, which the group will use to expand its pharmacy network.
The new Aussie team will operate a new pharmacy, but the ACME Pharmacy will be the team’s primary focus.
The Pharmacy is also set to open a new branch in the ACT, as part of its move to expand into South Australia.
In December, the A- League announced it would not renew its franchise to the ACM and instead sell it to a new, Australian-based company.
The deal has been in the works for more than a year, with ACME having been approached for a number of years.
The ACCE group, which owns Melbourne City Football Club, is expected to announce its new team in late March.
The ABC’s David O’Connor has more on the ACMA deal.