The Nigerian forward, Emmanuel Emenike, is hurt and will, therefore, need a replacement.
The Super Eagles head coach, Stephen Keshi, who has just returned to Nigeria after a long vacation in the United States of America, hinted on Monday that moves to replace Super Eagles forward, Emmanuel Emenike, is on course.
Keshi, who spoke with journalists at the Glass House, said the injured Emmanuel Emenike will either be replaced with Michael Eneramo, Joseph Apala or Victor Anichebe.
The coach denied that he was feuding with the Nigeria Football Federation saying “I’m in very good terms with the NFF, there’s no problem”.
Super Eagles resume camp
The Super Eagles camp will resume camp this week in Abuja before proceeding to Germany where all foreign based professionals are expected to join them on May 17.
The Eagles will also be playing a friendly match against New Mexico in the United States on May 31.
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