By Johnny Edward:
Ahmed Musa, Ogenyi Onazi and Emmanuel Emenike and several other players arrived in Belgium on Monday for the Super Eagles’ friendlies against Congo and Cameroun.
The additions bring the number of players at the team’s The Verviers Hotel, Verviers camp to 15.
The matches are billed for the stadia at Vise and Dendermonde respectively.
England-based duo Odion Ighalo and Mikel Obi were the earliest arrivals at the team’s camp and were joined by Elderson Echiejile and William Troost-Ekong before noon on Monday.
Also in camp are Slyvester Igboun, Carl Ikeme, Leon Balogun and Alex Iwobi.
Others include, Moses Simon, Rabiu Ibrahim and Obiora Nwankwo.
Still being expected as at the time of filing this report are Vincent Enyeama, Shehu Abdulahi and Godfrey Oboabona, who is doubtful as a result of visa issues.
Completesportsnigeria.com reports that the home-based players are officials are likely to travel on Tuesday after visa hitches delayed their trip earlier scheduled for Sunday.