The former Lyon boss, has also requested for an apartment in Lagos as against the proposed Abuja.
Le Guen’s salaries will be paid by one of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) sponsors and he could pick former captain of the team, Austin ‘Jay Jay’ Okocha as his first assistant.
Nigeria has been without a substantive coach, since Sunday Oliseh resigned from the role in February.
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