The duo of Leicester City of England’s Kelechi Iheanacho and Wilfried Ndidi are expected to lead 13 other Super Eagles players into the national team camp in Wroclaw on Monday ahead of next Friday’s international friendly against Poland Completesportsnigeria.com reported.
Belgium’s Cercle Brugge defender, Elderson Echiejile and Hapoel Beer Sheva of Israel midfielder John Ogu both confirmed to CSN their arrival date to the Super Eagles camp.
“Hopefully by Monday I will be in camp,” Echiejile told CSN.
Ogu also confirmed: “Immediately after our game I’m off to Poland to arrive on Monday.”
Also expected in camp on Monday, are Kenneth Omeruo, Leon Balogun, William Troost Ekong, Shehu Abdulahi.
Other Monday arrival include Chidozie Awaziem, Ahmed Musa, Brian Idowu, Junior Ajayi and Stephen Eze.
The pair of Obi Mikel and Odion Ighalo may arrive in Poland in the early hours of Tuesday ahead of the game.
Both players will be in action for their respective teams in the Chinese Super League on Sunday before joining up with the rest of their colleagues Poland. Meanwhile, the home-based duo of Ikechukwu Ezenwa and Okechukwu Gabriel will join the Nigerian contingent which comprise the coaches and officials on Monday.
Meta: The Super Eagles camp for the friendly international against Poland is expected to come to life with the arrival of 15 players on Monday after playing the weekend round of matches for their respective European clubs
Nigeria will face Poland on March 23rd before departing for England to take on Serbia four days later at the Hive stadium.