All the foreign-based call-ups except for Isaac Success and Dele Alampasu had joined the team in Abuja.
Skipper Musa Muhammed, Kelechi Iheanacho, Chidiebere Nwakali, and Chidera Eze on Thursday arrived at the Flying Eagles’ camp in Abuja.
Their arrival is confirmed in a statement by the Nigerian U-20 team’s Media Officer, Sam Audu.
Audu said that all the foreign-based call-ups except for Isaac Success and Dele Alampasu had joined the team in Abuja.
Success plays for Granada in the Spanish La Liga, while Alampasu has been on trials at a Belgian club, Genk.
The Flying Eagles are currently in Morocco on a two-leg international friendly match against their Moroccan counterparts.
Both teams played a 2-2 draw in the first match in Rabat on Wednesday.
The second friendly will be played on Friday at 4 p.m. local time in Casablanca.
Both teams are preparing for the 2015 African Youth Championship qualifiers in May.
The Flying Eagles are due back in Nigeria on Saturday.
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