Super Eagles captain, Ahmed Musa has arrived Nigeria ahead of camping for Nigeria’s game against Ghana.
The Fatih Karagümrük attacker arrived Nigeria on Sunday evening with his location at the time being Kano, according to his Instagram and according to Ayo Olu Ibidapo, a Media Officer of the NFF, he will be the first to hit camp Monday morning.
Talk about leading by example, Super Eagles captain @Ahmedmusa718 is already in the country and will arrive early in camp tomorrow ahead of WCQ games vs #Ghana. Sai Governor! #soarsupereagles pic.twitter.com/UNz5cPTcQj
— Ayo Olu Ibidapo (@aysugaofficial) March 20, 2022
Musa, Nigeria’s top scorer at the World Cup, is expected to play a key leadership role for the Super Eagles and has revealed he will retire from the Super Eagles after the World Cup.
His Turkish Super Lig club played a goalless draw on Friday against Altay on Friday.
“Talk about leading by example, Super Eagles captain Ahmed Musa is already in the country and will arrive early in camp tomorrow ahead of WCQ games vs #Ghana. Sai Governor!” Ibidapo tweeted.
More players are expected to arrive camp today with majority playing their league matches during the weekend. Almeria attacker Umar Sadiq is expected on Tuesday after his club’s important game against Tenerife in the La Liga Smartbank.