The Super Eagles will reportedly receive about 50 percent less than their Germany and Belgium counterparts should they win the 2018 World Cup in Russia.
According to a treaty signed between the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) and the players in November, each will get around $15,000 per victory in the group stage.
Though, that figure will rise at every round of the competition, amounting between $150,000 to $20,000.
But in stark contrast, the German football federation (DFB) announced that each player will pocket a mouth-watering 350,000 euros (around $420,000) should they retain the World Cup.
Each player was paid 300,000 euros when they beat Argentina 1-0 at the final of Brazil 2014.
A further breakdown shows that each player will get 75,000 euros when they reach the quarterfinals.
They will get an additional 125,000 euros when they get to the semi-finals and another 200,000 euros-a-man should they be beaten in the final.
Belgium, similarly, have reached an agreement in principle with the players to pay each of them 500,000 euros (about $600,000) should they go all the way to win the World Cup in Russia next year.
However, this bonus is performance-based, meaning you would have played all the games on the way to the country winning the World Cup to get 500,000 euros.