According to the Nigeria Football Federation, six foreign based players have arrived the Super Eagles camp
Super Eagles striker Emmanuel Emenike and six other foreign based professionals have arrived camp ahead of the 2017 African Cup of Nations clash against Tanzania.
The 18-man list of foreign professionals invited by Sunday Oliseh are expected to be in camp today before participating in their first training on Tuesday, September 1.
As at this time of report, in camp are Emmanuel Emenike, Kingsley Madu, Rabiu Ibrahim, Moses Simon, Emem Eduok, Izu Uzochukwu and Slyvester Igboun according to the NFF official Twitter.
Al Ain striker, Emenike was a major doubt for the game after he suffered a muscle injury in the Super Cup game against Al Nasr, which Al Ain won 4-2, with Emenike scoring a brace during the encounter.
Emenike also missed the Arabian Gulf League opener against Al Dhafra on Friday, August 21 but seems to have shaken it off.
The six players are currently lodged at the Super Eagles camp at Bolton White Hotels and Apartments, Zone 7.
The Super Eagles are expected to leave Abuja for Tanzania via a chartered Arik Air flight on Thursday September 3.
After the game the team will move straight to Port Harcourt from Tanzania to continue preparations for the September 8 international friendly against Niger Republic.
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