Super Eagles coach, Gernot Rohr, on Wednesday consented to terms of another two-year contract sent to him by the Nigeria Football Federation, our reporter has learnt.
An individual from Rohr’s private alcove staff, who talked with our reporter on the state of namelessness, affirmed that the Eagles mentor had just consented to the details of the new arrangement.
He said the draft sent to the Franco-German was conceded to and the alliance would send the agreement record to the mentor to sign most recent one week from now.
“He (Rohr) has acknowledged the new terms and it’s simply a question of days before the arrangement is fixed. He cherishes Nigeria and he is eager to mentor the Eagles once more,” our source said.
Rohr, whose agreement with the NFF lapses in June, had been in contract restoration chats with the alliance since the start of the year.
NFF president, Amaju Pinnick had recorded a portion of the conditions the alliance gave Rohr before his agreement could be reestablished, which expresses that he should live in Nigeria and furthermore watch the Nigeria Professional Football League matches to scout for locally situated gifts.
The Franco-German would likewise be paid in Nigerian cash, the naira.
The 66-year-old originally took the Eagles work in August 2016, preceding marking a two-year contract recharging in January 2018, in the wake of qualifying the national group for the 2018 World Cup in Russia.
He drove the side to a gathering stage excursion at the World Cup, before winning bronze at the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt.
He has 59.18 win proportion with the Eagles, winning 29, 11 draws and losing nine out of 49 matches.