The Franco-German, who is under contract till the summer of next year, has been in the spotlight for a couple of weeks following media speculations that the NFF will ditch him by June next year when his contract expires.
However, further investigations by AOIFootball.com reveal that the NFF and Rohr will enter negotiations from January next year as the Franco-German will by then have six month left on his current deal.
“Under the contact it says the parties can negotiate extension 6 months before it expires so we are due to start negotiations from January 1, 2020 and have uptil June 30 to agree extension or otherwise.
“We have two important matches next week and that should be the major focus,” a top source in the NFF revealed to AOIFootball.com.
The 66-year-old began his reign as Super Eagles coach in August 2016, taking over from Sunday Oliseh and has since led the country to the 2018 World Cup in Russia, as well as clinching Bronze at the 2019 AFCON in Egypt.