Super Eagles head coach, Stephen Keshi has set a June 3 deadline for all invited players to report to camp ahead of next month's 2015 Afcon qualifier against Chad.
Fifteen foreign-based players have been called up along with twenty seven other domestic league invitees for the June 13 clash scheduled to hold in Kaduna.
Captain and goalkeeper Vincent Enyeama, who only recently won his 100th cap is expected to lead a contingent of established internationals like Ahmed Musa, Ogenyi Onazi, Kenneth Omeruo and Godfrey Oboabona alongside some new comers to camp in time to beat coach Stephen Keshi's deadline.
“I want all the foreign based players in camp on or before midnight on Wednesday, June 3.
“Apart from Aaron Samuel who is still involved with his club and has been granted special permission to report to camp after that deadline,I expect to have everybody in by June 3.
“They are to report to the Bolton White Hotels and Apartments where their home based colleagues have been camped since May 21," said Keshi on the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) official website, www.thenff.com.
The domestic Eagles are expected to confront Spotlight FC in a friendly match to open the new Karkanda Stadium in Katsina on Tuesday.
They are expected back in Abuja on Wednesday while training will resume at the Abuja National Stadium on Thursday.
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