There is an indication that the Nigerian Football Federation (NFF) claimed Super Eagles’ technical adviser, Paul Le Guen may in nearest day proofed fictional.
NFF recently announced the Frenchman as the new Super Eagles technical adviser, but the deal is far from complete according to reports in the French press, goal.com write.
The report claimed that Paul Le Guen has not reached an agreement with the Nigeria football governing body to become the Technical Adviser of the Super Eagles despite the announcement on Monday.
According to French newspaper L’Equipe, Le Guen has rejected Nigeria as the NFF have yet to meet the terms and conditions requested by the coach to work as the new Eagles boss.
This comes as a blow to the NFF, although a statement released by the FA on Monday evening alluded to the fact the deal was not complete.
“The appointments [of Yusuf Salisu and Le Guen] are subject to agreement of contract terms with the NFF Executive Committee,” the statement read.