The Super Eagles have begun camping in Lagos, ahead of their final Africa Cup of Nations qualifying games against Benin and Lesotho
Watford defender William Troost-Ekong, Fulham right-back Ola Aina, West Bromwich Albion’s Semi Ajayi and Ahmed Musa were the first arrivals.
Nigeria will take on to take on the Squirrels at the Charles de Gaulle Stadium on March 27, before hosting Lesotho at the Teslim Balogun Stadium three days later.
Galatasaray duo Henry Onyekuru and Oghenekaro Etebo have also landed in camp.
With six players in the camp already, a host of other foreign stars are expected at the Super Eagles base in the coming days before Saturday’s trip to Porto Novo.
Meanwhile, Abia Warriors defender Adeleke Adekunle, who replaced Kenneth Omeruo, Enyimba striker Anayo Iwuala, who was called up for Sadiq Umar, and goalkeeper John Noble will join Gernot Rohr’s squad on Monday.
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