O’Neill in line for £1m a year contract offer from Scotland
Northern Ireland’s remarkable era under Michael O’Neill could be nearing its end, with Scotland preparing to tempt the manager with a double-your-money offer to succeed Gordon Strachan.
O’Neill is likely to receive offers from clubs and countries following Northern Ireland’s controversial defeat by Switzerland in the World Cup play-offs.
The 48-year-old, who has also been linked with the vacancies at Sunderland and Rangers, insisted it was too early to contemplate his future in the aftermath of Sunday’s elimination in Basel.
Scotland hope to capitalise on Northern Ireland’s misery by offering O’Neill a four-year contract worth up to £1m per year with bonuses – double what he earns with the Irish Football