Super eagles coach Gernot Rohr, has offered to take a three months pay cut to ease the finiacal burden of the Nigeria Football Federation during the Coronavirus pandemic.
Rhor, alongside his three Assistants Tunde Adelakun, Nabil Trabelsi and also Jean Luc Royer, earns a sum of $US55,000 every month.
“Of course, everybody in the moment has an obligation to understand that there are no matches,” Rohr told Reporters.
“Clubs and federations have problems with money, even if they have assistance from FIFA or UEFA, but
everybody has to be ready to make sacrifices.
“So I already told NFF that in the months from April to June, we are agreed to cut our salaries, which is also a sign of solidarity.”
Meanwhile the NFF are set to make a decision on the resumption of the Nigeria Professional league within the coming weeks.