The President of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF), Amaju Pinnick, has said that it will cost about N300 million to arrange an agreeable counterpart for the Super Eagles under the present circumstance in the nation.
Pinnick likewise said that the Federal Government of Nigeria had diminished NFF’s financial plan by 30% to sort out a warm-up game for Gernot Rohr’s men.
This case was made by previous Super Eagles media official, Colin Udoh.
“Pinnick additionally said under the present circumstance, it will cost @thenff about N300m to sort out one @NGSuperEagles game.
“The spending plan has been cut by about 30% by FG,” Colin Udon composed on his official Twitter handle on Monday.
Super Eagles’ last two friendlies were against Ukraine and Brazil in 2019.
The three-time African bosses played 2-2 against Ukraine, and 1-1 against Brazil.