Victor Moses joins Nigeria camp in London forward of England conflict | Soccer


Victor Moses has joined the Nigeria nationwide staff camp in London forward of their showdown with England at Wembley on Saturday.

After the Chelsea wing-back helped the Blues defeat Manchester United to clinch the FA Cup trophy for the eighth time of their historical past, the 27-year-old was given permission to hitch Gernot Rohr’s facet in London earlier than their tie with the Three Lions.

The previous Wigan Athletic participant missed the Tremendous Eagles’ 1-1 stalemate with DR Congo on Monday on the Adokiye Amiesimaka Stadium, Port Harcourt.

And on Thursday, the Nigeria Soccer Federation through social media confirmed that the participant has arrived on the staff’s camp.

“Victor Moses has joined the staff in camp, all people is now in,” the NFF tweeted.

Previous to the staff’s departure to London, Gernot Rohr lowered his squad to 25, leaving out Lokomotiv Plovdiv defender Stephen Eze, Kano Pillars striker Junior Lokosa, in addition to Uche Agbo and goalkeeper Dele Ajiboye.

After the encounter with Gareth Southgate’s males, the three-time African champions will slug it out with Czech Republic on June 6.

Nigeria will open their Group D marketing campaign with Croatia on June 16 earlier than they tackle Iceland and Argentina.

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