The NFF three-man committee had open talks with Keshi after sending him a letter of intent.
However, Keshi had said that he wishes that a new contract will include an official house and car, which were not the case in the first contract.
[eap_ad_1] He also maintained prompt payment of his monthly salary and the need for him to pick his backroom staff.
According to reports from AfricanFootball top NFF technical committee members Paul Bassey and Garba Lawal on Monday suggested that former Nigeria coaches — Shuaibu Amodu and Christian Chukwu — could handle the national team in a temporary capacity till negotiations have been concluded with Keshi.
Nigeria host Rwanda on September 7 in their first qualifying match for the Africa Cup of Nations in Morocco.
South Africa and Sudan are the other teams in this group.