Serbian Mladen Krstajic lined up to replace Rohr as Super Eagles manager

The Nigeria Football Federation (NFF), has reportedly lined up former Serbian national team manager Mladen Krstajic as replacement for Super Eagles head coach Gernot Rohr, Newspremises gathered.

According to various sources, Rohr’s exit should be finalised this week and the 47-year-old, who managed Serbia at the 2018 World Cup, could be the man to replace him.

Top NFF officials are set to meet his representatives this week to finalise details of his contract.

Krstajic is a free agent after leaving his post as head coach of Serbian club TSC last month.

The former defender was capped 59 times by his country and scored two goals.

He also played for German clubs Werder Bremen and Schalke 04.

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