Kano Pillars' striker, Gambo Mohammed is to arrive at the camp of the Super Eagles today ahead of preparation for the November 14th international friendly against Venezuela in Miami, United States.
Mohammed was in the Pillars' team that travelled to Niamey, Niger Republic for the invitational tourney which the reigning league winners won without any defeat.
The media officer of Pillars Alhaji Idris Malikawa told Goal.com that:" Gambo would be officially released for the Eagles' training session from Wednesday.
"The club is already working out the necessary things to make his journey to Abuja hitch free. He is an important member of our squad but national call up is first and paramount in the life of each player. He must honour it. We are doing all we can to assist him."
Mohammed emerged as the Most Valuable Player of the competition one which he confirmed with the grabbing of match winner in the last match against the Niger U-20 team.
About 22 home based players were already in Abuja as at Monday morning striving to get shirts for the friendly encounter with Venezuela slated for the United States.