Ratomir Djugovic of Serbia may take over he Nigeria head coach of the Super Eagles, Shuaibu Amodu as he is the favourite out of five people shortlisted by the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) as new manager for the Super Eagles
Other coaches recommended by the NFF for the post of Technical Adviser are, both of the Netherlands
The federation said that it had not yet officially approached any of the managers but that a one month screening process would now commence with a view to appointing one of the shortlisted coaches as technical adviser.
It was also announced that the beleaguered head coach of the Super Eagles, Shuaibu Amodu, would not be sacked but would move aside to take charge of the affairs of the home based players.
The announcement was made late on Friday night by NFF technical committee chairman, Taiwo Ogunjobi who added that the meeting was adjourned until Tuesday next week.
Ratomir Dujkovic, who coached Ghana for two years, is currently the manager of the Under-21 Serbian team and has coached in various parts of Africa.