Super Eagles home-based players were expected to depart for London, yesterday, Sunday, March 19 ahead of the international friendly matches against Senegal and Burkina Faso.
Officials of the team said the remaining members of the team will travel on Wednesday.
The international friendly clashes will be played at the Hive Stadium, home of Barnet FC.
An NFF official told Guardian.ng that the Europe-based players would arrive at the team’s Crowne Plaza Hotel Ealing and take part in the first training session on Monday, March 20.
Enugu Rangers’ Coach, Imama Amapakabo, will likely join the team on Wednesday after his side hosted Egyptian club, Zamalek in a CAF Champions League game yesterday.
England-based players, including goalkeeper Carl Ikeme and injured Victor Moses will arrive the camp today for the doctors to see if they are fit to play.
Meanwhile, Portugal-based Oghenekaro Etebo is worried that he might miss the games following his inability to secure British visa.
Reports say that Etebo had to travel to Madrid to seek for the visa, but up till the weekend he had not been issued the document.
The Super Eagles will take on Senegal on Thursday, March 23 then face Burkina Faso on March 27, 2017.