Super Eagles coach, Gernot Rohr, has accepted a new two-year contract sent to him by the Nigeria Football Federation, on Wednesday.
According to The Punch a member of Rohr’s backroom staff, confirmed that the Eagles coach had already agreed to the terms of the new deal.
He said the draft sent to the Franco-German was agreed on and the federation would send the contract document to the coach to sign latest next week.
Rohr, whose contract with the NFF expires in June, had been in contract renewal talks with the federation since the beginning of the year.
NFF president, Amaju Pinnick had listed some of the conditions the federation gave Rohr before his contract could be renewed, which states that he must live in Nigeria and also watch the Nigeria Professional Football League matches to scout for home-based talents.
On his take home pay, the Franco-German would be paid in Nigerian currency, the naira.