According to Rohr, he wants to finish his work with the Nigerian national team
Super Eagles coach Gernot Rohr has maintained that he is fully ready to meet the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) conditions before agreeing to a contract extension, Felele247 reports.
Amaju Pinnick, NFF president disclosed some days ago that new contract for Super Eagles handler Gernot Rohr will be ready in a week’s time,Felele247news reports citing Arise TV.
The NFF president in an interview on Arise TV, said that the deal will only be renewed if the tactician agrees to the new clauses.
Amaju Pinnick said “We have told him. He must live in Nigeria. His salary will be in Naira. He must go around the leagues and see how he can nurture the players”.
“If he is able to accept it, we have a deal. There are a lot of coaches that want to coach Nigeria.”
Pinnick maintained that the manager must now reside in Nigeria and go round the country to watch NPFLmatches, scout for players and nurture them.
And irrespective of the new conditions, the Franco-German tactician says he will agree to the new deal, adding that he wants to finish his job with Nigeria.
“I want to finish my work in Nigeria, I want to go to the next AFCON and World Cup, which means we must continue working together,” Rohr told former Super Eagles media officer Colin Udoh in an Instagram live video.
“I want to show my players and employers that I have the motivation to continue. I cannot speak about what we said in the meeting