The Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) on Friday agreed a new deal with the coach of the Super Eagles, Stephen Keshi, after a meeting between his representatives and the NFF, Channels reports.
A source at the meeting told Channels Television that the agreement was reached after deliberations.
The source said that the discussion between the two parties went well, with a lot of maturity and mutual respect.
A formal pronouncement is expected in days.
It is not clear what the new deal is like, but the Super Eagles Coach had earlier termed the deal offered by the NFF as ‘a slave contract’.
Keshi is expected to submit a list of players to be invited for the friendly games against Bolivia and South Africa on Monday.
Stephen Keshi has been managing the Nigerian National Team since 2011.