Ahead of the Super Eagles’ friendly match against Algeria’s Desert Foxes, 18 players of the Squad have arrived in the Eagles’ camp in Constantine, Algeria for training.
Chidozie Awaziem, the Hajduk split defender was the first player to arrive on Monday, he was later joined by 17 other squad members as training began.
Francis Uzoho, Adewale Adebayo, Ebube Duru, Godwin Saviour and Kelechi Iheanacho are expected to arrive for training on Tuesday.
CEOAFRICA had reported earlier that the Super Eagles’ Coach Jose Peseiro and Captain Ahmed Musa arrived in Algiers on Sunday, while the officials of Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) arrived on Monday.
Nigeria will play Algeria at the Miloud Hadefi Stadium, Oran on Tuesday, September 27.
The three-time African champions have another friendly match for next month against Portugal.