The deal is expected to be a 12-month contract that will elapse at the end of 2015.
Keshi’s last contract with the NFF which ended after the 2014 FIFA World Cup tournament was at N5million per month.
And one of the reasons why a deal failed to be brokered since then was the haggling over the price he wanted to be paid.
While the previous NFF board were said to have been insistent on retaining the N5million price-tag that he was paid, some reports claimed that Keshi wanted N10million, which stalled the deal.
But with the turn of events of late, and also the intervention of government which saw Keshi brought back after he was dismissed in October, a truce seems to have been reached.
Keshi will now earn N7million per month, which will culminate into N84million by the time the contract expires next year.