Nigeria Football Federation, NFF, has reached an agreement with coach, Salisu Yusuf, with the latter signing a contract as chief coach of the senior national team, Super Eagles.
The Chief Coach disclosed this to reporters after a meeting with the NFF president, Amaju Pinnick at The Glass House yesterday, saying that he has been given a contract and that he was satisfied with it
Yusuf who took over as Super Eagles coach from former Under-23 team handler, Samson Siasia, has been working and hoping to sign the deal which is reportedly worth N5m .
According to him, “I have been offered a contract as Super Eagles Chief Coach and I am pleased with it.
“I don’t have problem with the NFF or the technical adviser and other officials of the Super Eagles, so I am happy to continue with the job.
“The NFF president promised that the contract will be made to me and he has lived up to his promise, and I must thank him for the gesture. On my part, I Salisu Yusuf who has been working without contract for months stated will do my best with the other members of the technical crew to ensure that the a Super Eagles qualify for the 2018 World Cup in Russia.”