I think I recently read registrations to different divisions in Turkey are now prolonged. That means Besiktas can indeed refuse to play and shut down or as they say, "freeze" some teams they had. I think the volleyball federation should not remain silent if this happens and punish them. In Sweden when one of the teams refused to play in Elitserien (similar to VVSL), they were forced to restart from the lowest division possible and climb up which took 3 years. Same rule should apply to Besiktas if they shut down/freeze their team now and would like to come back in the future. From Besiktas's side, I think most clubs in Turkey today seperated their football teams from amateur branches which means football sections act like a private unit where they have their own income and expenses. So winning Turkish league in football probably does not influence their decisions on amateur branches. I also think that this decision cannot be taken solely by the chairman Fikret Orman who clearly has a business plan of shutting down amateur branches having more expenses than income. They need to take a decision in the congress, which maybe happened without our knowledge.
In overall, I would prefer a team willing to participate in VVSL than a less ambitious Besiktas now. I don't think it is too late to build a good team actually, because there are still many many good players out there including Leyva etc. The new team can indeed transfer a few of Besiktas's players like Seyma, Ceylan and Olesia. The main problem here is finding a sponsor in a very short notice, I hope whoever comes to VVSL will manage that.