The Nigeria Football Federation, NFF, has said the Super Eagles would play two yet-to-be-named countries in friendly matches in March.
The General Secretary of the NFF, Musa Amadu, told PREMIUM TIMES in Abuja on Monday that the Eagles would surely be busy in the March FIFA free window.
“I can authoritatively inform you that we have made plans for the Super Eagles to play two quality friendly matches in March,” he said
Mr. Amadu said the nations involved would be revealed in due time adding that the NFF is not yet sure if the Eagles would be playing at home or away.
“When the matches are tied down, we will let you know whether they are all going to be home or away,” he stated.
“We have started the rebuilding process with the friendly matches we played in United Arab Emirates against Ivory Coast and Yemen, discussions are ongoing as we will play two quality friendly matches in March,” he said.
The Super Eagles were originally lined up to play the Brazilian national team in a friendly match in March but that has since been canceled as the Samba Boys have replaced Nigeria with Chile.