Nigeria’s Super Eagles players have started arriving at camp in Constantine, Algeria ahead of their friendly match against Desert Foxes.
Hadjuk Split of Croatia defender, Chidozie Awaziem was the first player to arrive team’s camp on Monday.
He was later joined later in the day by 17 other players to the delight of Jose Peseiro’s led technical crew.
Meanwhile, the likes of Francis Uzoho, Adewale Adebayo, Ebube Duru, Godwin Saviour and Kelechi Iheanacho are expected in camp on Tuesday.
Here are the names of super Eagles players that have arrived in camp.
Okoye, Ekong, Omeruo, Awaziem, Aina, Bassey, Sanusi, Akpoguma, Ozornwafor, Ndidi, Onyeka, Iwobi, Onyedika, Simon, Awoniyi, Ejuke, Dessers, Moffi. Expected: Uzoho, Adebayo, Duru, Saviour, Iheanacho, Lookman.
The Super Eagles will now face the Desert Foxes of Algeria in two friendly matches this month.
Jose Peseiro’s charges will tackle a mainly home-based side at the Mohamed Hamlaoui Stadium, Constantine, on Friday, September 23.
Algeria’s home-based team are preparing for the 2023 African Nations Championship, which will be staged in the country.
The home-based Super Eagles were initially expected to take on Algerians in the game.
The three-time African champions have another friendly lined up for next month against Portugal, but the time and venue have not been revealed yet.