- Gernot Rohr has broken silence on Ebere Eze's possible Super Eagles switch
- The QPR midfielder met with NFF boss Amaju Pinnick over his future with Nigeria
- Rohr has now raised an eye-brow against pressurising players to play for national team
Super Eagles head coach, Genort Rohr, has raised an eye-brow against pressurising football stars to play for Nigerian national team following Amaju Pinnick's meeting with Ebere Eze.
The NFF boss had on Sunday, November 24, met with the England born midfielder who currently plays for English side Queens Park Rangers.
Pinnick was reported to have met with Eze to discuss his international future but reacting to the development, the Super Eagles coach said it would be inappropriate to force a player to play for any country.
Speaking with Brilla Fm, the German coach expressed optimism about having the midfielder in his team, though slammed coercing player on his international career choice.
”It’s just like you want a girl friend, if you go and make pressure on her she might say no, but, if you wait for the good moments, she will come, ” Says Rohr.
The 21-year-old QPR star was born in England by Nigerian parents on June 29, 1998. He has not made a senior team appearance but trained with Super Eagles in July 2017.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng reported that Arsenal star Bukayo Saka is expected to switch allegiance from England to Nigeria in the coming days according to president of Nigeria Football Federation (NFF).
It was gathered that Amaju Pinnick led-board has already commenced moves towards convincing the 18-year-old winger to opt for Nigeria’s Super Eagles ahead of England’s Three Lions.
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