The Flying Antelopes will start preparation for the new season in Nanka, Anambra StateRunners-up in the Nigeria Premier League last season, Enugu Rangers will kick off preparation for the coming season in Nanka, Anambra State.
Goal.com gathered that officials of the club will travel to Nanka to inspect the facilities in the new stadium being constructed by a philantropist, Chief Ploycarp Emenike.
Officials of the Enugu side told Goal.com that once the place is certified, the players and officials will move in from next week to start preparation for next season.
"We have interviewed a lot of players and they can only be signed on when they finish the first phase of the camping exercise in Nanka if it is certified good for us to use," said a Rangers official.
"We are also going to retain some of our players and together with the new players, they will all train before we come out with the team for next season.
"The team may have spoken to some players but only the good ones will be signed on after the pre-season camping.
"We have chosen Nanka because the place has a serene ambience and will afford everybody the opportunity to concentrate on the task ahead.
"And it is also near Enugu where we can easily drop any player and take in another one. But we are ready to make maximum use of the facilities once we are given the go ahead," said an official of the team.
Rangers will represent Nigeria in the Caf Champions League next year.