- Brazil vs Nigeria's international friendly match will be played on Sunday, October 13
- Super Eagles gaffer Gernot Rohr could be leaving the Nigerian national team after the game
- The German is said to be angry with how NFF denied that he is being owed 3-months salary
Super Eagles handler Gernot Rohr could be leaving his current position after the friendly game between South American giants Brazil and Nigeria in Singapore.
Recently, there were reports that Gernot Rohr is being owed three months salary by the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF).
But in their response, the Nigeria's football governing body rubbished the reports claiming that they are owing the German only salary for the month of September.
The latest development now according to sports reporter Osasu is that Gernot Rohr is very livid with his employers for saying he is only being owed one month salary.
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Rohr is reported to have sent his lawyers to meet with the eggheads of the NFF for them to iron things out or he quits after the game against Brazil.
Nigeria will face Brazil in Singapore on Sunday, October 13, in what is expected to be a tough duel between these two sides.
Gernot Rohr has been the coach of the Super Eagles since August 2016 and he took his wards to win bronze medal at the AFCON 2019 tournament in Egypt.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Nigeria will for the first time in 14 years play the Samba Boys in an international friendly in what is expected to be the biggest test since Gernot Rohr became coach of the national team.
And Leicester City midfielder Wilfred Ndidi believes something positive can come out of the game despite Tite fielding his world class players against the young Super Eagles stars.
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