The trio of players have joined the national team camp ahead of the Africa Cup of Nations
The Super Eagles camp in Faro, Portugal is gradually bubbling to life as invited foreign based professionals trickle in. First to arrive the camp of the national team was Holland-based central defender, Kenneth Omeruo.
The lanky former Flying Eagles ace arrived at lunch time on Saturday and took part in the lunch. He was there at the time the Nigerian Ambassador to Portugal, Ambassador Ijeoma Bristol and her husband were addressing the team. He has since jelled with the rest of the team and will take part in Saturday afternoon training. Also in town is Ukraine based hitman, Brown Ideye, who came in on time to join the afternoon training session.
Expected to join in the team also on Saturday night are United States based striker Bright Dike and former Enyimba of Aba hit man Uche Kalu. Camp is now full of activities as the team is billed to travel out to Catalonia, Spain on New Year Day for the international friendly against the Catalan side on January 2.