West Ham United forward, Victor Moses has pulled out of the Super Eagles friendlies against DR Congo and Cameroon.
The Eagles will play the Leopards of DR Congo in Vise, Liege on Thursday, October 8 before facing Cameroon’s Indomitable Lions in Dendermonde on Sunday, October 11.
The on-loan Chelsea attacker wrote a letter to the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) noting that he was pulling out in a precautionary move against injury. The letter was sent in through the Super Eagles’ Administrator, Enebi Achor.
Super Eagles boss, Sunday Oliseh has stated that the Eagles have no choice but to work with available players.
“We have no choice now but to work with the other players who are available.
“The fact that the other batch of players from home were not issued their visas last week is also setting us back because we would really want to take advantage of the time to put in a lot of work,” Oliseh explained.