Higher mogul says all 17 stores in Intu shopping centers have closed.
Direct Sports, Fraser House, Flannels, USC and Evans Cycles outlets.
It comes after a vow row, with the new terms of income from four Fraser homes.
"It's not a reality to have a long-term relationship with our retail trade."
According to the Sunday Times, the owner of Newcastle United will close at Ashley stores when rentals break or expire.
"He has shown that retailers are ready to help save stores and employment," said Ashley.
"There is not a reality in our long-term relationship with our retail businesses."
Ashley also claimed it would close within the Intu will cost more than £ 25million to lose rent and service charges a year.
But Intu questioned the figure, Retail Trade, since July 30, 14% of the stores' stores were rented, 5 million pesetas per year.
In an application, Sports Direct, Fraser's house, in August, and Evans Cycles's administration in October, said he had "had several meetings" with Intu and "took a flexible look."
He added: "We could not do our best to keep reasonable stores stores to continue trading."
The move next week next Saturday, the stores at Intu center were closed by the four houses of Fraser.
Fraser has confirmed that from the beginning of 2019 four stores have been shut down in Essex's Intu's Lakeside, Gateshead Metrocentre, Norwich and Nottingham Schedules.