The home-based Eagles and officials scheduled to fly out to Belgium for friendlies against DR Congo and Cameroon are still held back due t...
“We still don’t have visas,” a top official told AfricanFootball.com
They were originally to have flown out of the country on Sunday night.
The hope now is that they will be granted the visas on Tuesday for them to fly out same day in the night to arrive in Belgium on Wednesday morning.
“We are now hoping we will be given visas on Tuesday to travel out later that same day,” added the official.
The six players from the domestic league affected are goalkeepers Femi Thomas and Ikechukwu Ezenwa, defenders Chima Akas and Austin Oboroakpo, midfielder Paul Onobi and forward Prince Aggrey.
The Super Eagles take on the Leopards of Democratic Republic of Congo in Vise, Liege on Thursday before playing the Indomitable Lions of Cameroon in Dendermonde on Sunday.