Brazil's former soccer chief is having trouble fulfilling part of a $15 million bond package he agreed to in exchange for staying out of jail pending a trial on charges that sprung from the U.S. corruption investigation into FIFA, the sport's world governing body.

He has been trying to find a U.S. surety to issue a bond based on assets in Brazil but so far has not succeeded, his lawyer Charles Stillman, said in court.

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