Gernot Rohr agrees new 2-year deal to continue as Super Eagles coach

Gernot Rohr agrees new 2-year deal to continue as Super Eagles coach

- Gernot Rohr has agreed new two-year deal with the Nigeria Football Federation

- The German is ready to abide by the terms and conditions given by the NFF

- Rohr has been coaching the Super Eagles since August 2016

Gernot Rohr who is the gaffer of the Super Eagles has finally agreed the terms and conditions the Nigeria Football Federation gave him to continue his position as the manager.

Recently, the Nigeria Football Federation directed the general secretary to hold talks with Gernot Rohr over the conditions and terms they set for him before signing new contract.

The German manager was also told that he must be going around centers in Nigeria to be watching Nigeria Professional Football League games where he can see players.

Part of the deal is that Gernot Rohr will be living in Nigeria and will also be collecting the country's currency as medium for his payment.

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And after going through all this, Gernot Rohr however told Radio France reporter that he has accepted the terms and conditions of the Nigeria Football Federation.

Rohr who is now expected to sign the new deal this coming week explained that he has unfinished business with the Super Eagles and wants to continue.

He has been in charge of the Super Eagles since August 2016 and has led Nigeria to the 2018 World Cup in Russia and also the 2019 African Cup of Nations in Egypt.

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Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Super Eagles striker Ahmed Musa took to social media to show off his new latest car collection which is 2019 Mercedes GWagon worth N120M.

The former Kano Pillars' star is considered to be one of the richest footballers in Nigeria considering the money he has made while playing in Russia and the Premier League.

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After the retirement of former Chelsea star Mikel Obi from the national team, Ahmed Musa was considered next as the captain of the Super Eagles.

Even before he became full captain, the former Leicester City star has shown a good charisma of a leader in the national team.

According to some reports, Ahmed Musa is earning close to N1.2 billion annually in Saudi Arabia where he currently plays for Al-Nassr.

And considering the money he takes home every week, Ahmed Musa can buy anything he wishes to have.

While posting the photo of his new car on his official social media page, Ahmed Musa who is currently in Kano thanked God for the gift of life.

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