Carlos Ferrer’s future as head coach of Rwanda’s national team Amavubi remains uncertain with close to two months only remaining on his contract. Ferrer, 48, was appointed Amavubi head coach in March last year after signing a one-year deal. He replaced Vincent Mashami after his contract expired in February 2022. The Spanish confirmed to Times Sport that he met with Rwanda’s football governing body and held talks over a new deal but his employers have not decided yet about extending his stay. We are in discussions, both sides are in good direction but, at the moment, no news about it Ferrer told Times Sport. First I have to find agreement with Ferwafa about extending my contract and, as I always say, I will never be a problem for Rwanda. So in few days we need to know what is exactly the situation, he added Ferrer’s contract situation comes at the time Rwanda prepare to host Benin during game three of the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers slated for March 28 at Huye Stadium. Amavubi, who have not won a single game in the last two fixtures, will be looking to make the most of home advantage but Ferrer’s focus on his future could affect the national team’s ambitions. Rwanda is pooled in Group L of the 2023 AFCON qualifiers alongside defending champions Senegal, Mozambique, and Benin and qualifying the country to next year’s edition Cote d’Ivoire remains Ferrer’s priority. The top two teams from each of the 12 groups will qualify for Africa's biggest tournament.