By Olayinka Elebute
Following the postponement of the 2022 World Cup qualifiers from June to September by Confederation of African Football CAF, the Super Eagles might still have quality game to play during that period.
According to the reports coming from Senegal, negotiations are currently ongoing between Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) Federation Of Senegal Football (FSF).
Apart from Nigeria, Senegal is also having discussions with Cameroon and Ghana to have friendly matches, manager of Cameroonian national team Bil Tchato confirmed the negotiation to a news outlets in Senegal, RECORD.
“Nothing is tied up yet. Discussions are underway with our agent who represents us in the negotiations.
Cameroonian and Nigerian federations are in negotiations and we are almost in phase and the match is scheduled in Austria.
Now, we are being told about Sé negal, Algeria or Ghana for a series of friendly matches in the same locality in Austria.
In any case, at the beginning of next week, everything will be tied up and we will know exactly the opponents.
Our President communicated with the President of the FSF (Augustin Senghor). They talk to each other all the time, ” said Cameroon National Team manager Bill Tchato.
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