The former Portugal coach Carlos Queiroz is most likely to become the new head coach of Iran football team.
Carlos Queiroz in Tehran
After arriving in Tehran on Monday night, the 57-year-old said, "I am happy
to be here. I am negotiating with the Iranian football officials but I have to
stress there is nothing concrete."
"I've seen Iran's performance in the Asian Cup in Doha and I know Iran has many talented players. Now, I want to know what their expectations are," he said.
Queiroz has not been in any team since he was axed by the Portuguese Football
Federation last September after the poor start in the Euro 2012 qualifying
The former Real Madrid coach is understood to have held talks with Iranian Football Federation (IFF) president Ali Kaffashian in Tehran, with reports indicating he has been offered a three-year contract worth $6 million.
Iran is scheduled to play a friendly against Russia at the Sheikh Zayed
Sports City in the UAE on Wednesday and Queiroz will watch the match from the
The much-travelled Queiroz will bring a wealth of experience to the role having been manager of the United Arab Emirates and South Africa amongst others during a 20-year coaching career.
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