By Johnny Edward:
Bursaspor midfielder Mikel Agu arrived at the Super Eagles camp in London Saturday evening ahead of Tuesday’s international friendly clash against Serbia, reports Completesportsnigeria.com.
The Super Eagles are currently lodged at the Crowne Plaza, Ealing in West London.
“I’m in camp now for the game and looking forward to training on Sunday,” Agu told CSN.
Agu missed the Super Eagles friendly against Poland on Friday night due to his passport renewal.
Also in camp in London is Gabriel Okechukwu. The Akwa United striker arrived at Crowne Plaza, Ealing in West London Saturday afternoon.
Oghenekaro Etebo and Junior Ajayi are also expected in camp.
Meanwhile fans eager to see the Super Eagles of Nigeria take on Serbia will pay £10 to £18 to watch the game at the Hive Stadium in London.
The tickets on sale will see juniors pay the sum of £10 for the games while adults will pay £18.
The three time African champions will be making their sixth appearance at the World Cup in Russia and have been drawn alongside Croatia, Iceland and Argentina in group D.
Other friendlies lined up for the Super Eagles ahead of the 2018 World Cup are against England, DR Congo, and the Czech Republic.
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