National team to get kit deal this week

According to sources, the Super Eagles of Nigeria will have a new kit supplier this week as officials have flown out to negotiate the deal

After the return of Stephen Keshi as coach of the Super Eagles, a new kit deal is in the horizon according to Pulse Sports sources in the Nigerian Football Federation.

The Super Eagles are currently without a kit sponsor since December, 2014 when the last deal with Adidas expired.

According to sources inside the Glass House, a new kit deal will be signed this week.

"Nigeria will get a new kit deal this week. Officials are heading to Europe to finalize the terms and sign the contract," the source said.

Pulse Sports could not confirmed the shirt makers who will be signing with the NFF to supply kits for the Super Eagles though several reports have revealed that the Glass House has been in negotiations with Adidas rivals Nike.

It was also reported that AMS who presently kits Niger Republic and Sudan had bid to be the kit supplier of the Super Eagles.

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