The Iranian football champion Persepolis Tehran wants to pay the remaining salary of his Croatian coach in the amount of 600 000 euros in cash, as a bank transfer is not possible because of international sanctions. Branko Ivankovic should therefore return to Tehran and pick up the suitcase full of cash, the club said, according to the news agency Isna on Tuesday with. On the one hand, the club wants to retain its successful trainer, who also oversaw the second division Hannover 96 in 1999/2000, and on the other hand, to prevent the Croatian Iran from indicating to the World Federation Fifa. The Portuguese Carlos Queiroz and the German Winfried Schäfer had previously done so. Both owes the country residual or severance pay in the high six-figure range. The background to this is the sanctions against Iran imposed in connection with the nuclear dispute, which is why the state can inter alia not conduct international banking transactions. Thus, it is also questionable how the Iranian Football Association wants to pay the millions of millions of his new national coach Marc Wilmots.