Ademola Lookman plus two others of Adebayo Adeleye and Godwin Saviour landed in Super Eagles camp in Constantine ahead of an international friendly match with Algeria.

Following the arrival of Atalanta winger Lookman, Hapoel Jerusalem goalkeeper Adebayo Adeleye, and Portugal-based sensation Godwin Saviour on Tuesday night have increased the number of players from 18 to 21.

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However, the announcement was made via Super Eagles’ official social media handle of the arrival of three more sqaud players to the camp.

Leicster City forward Kelechi Iheanacho, Omonia Nicosia goalkeeper and Rivers United left-back Ebube Duru as the trio are still expected.

Super Eagles vice-captain  William Troost-Ekong lead 17 other players to have their first training session in Constantine on Monday ahead of the friendlies against the Desert Foxes of Algeria.

 

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