Nigeria football federation has confirmed that three of youth international are ready to commit their career to Nigeria.
Super Eagle head coach Gernot Rohr who has been troubling and convincing every player of Nigerian descent who plies their trade abroad to come home and represent their native land.
The German zeal and enthusiasm to lure out fresh young players to represent Nigeria have caught the attention of the Nigeria Football Federation as the president (Amaju Pinnick ) make contact with highly rated youth players born abroad
The president has confirmed that contacts are underway with the likes of Liverpool Ovie Ejaria, Chelsea’s duo of Abraham and Ola Aina.
A statement by the Vice President of NFF to Owngoalnigeria ” ” We already have assurances from three England youth international over committing their future to the Super Eagles am sorry I can’t give out their names”
Names given or not Nigerians are on the look out for players abroad who are talented and making waves for their respective clubs in Europe, with this new development of NFF reaching out to players will only not make players born abroad to yearn for their native country,but also be proud that the country is appreciating their talents.
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