Joe Aribo of Glasgow Rangers might be one of the shocking name that could appear when Super Eagles’ coach, Gernot Rohr makes his invitation list public.
Super Eagles face Leone stars in the double header of the AFCON qualifiers in November and Gernot Rohr is highly motivated to field his strongest side against his West African counterpart, knowing full well that good results from the encounter would guarantee Nigeria’s qualifications for tournament billed for Cameroon.
Rohr The latest report from Scotland revealed that the injured Rangers midfield maestro is just a week or two away from staging a comeback to top-flight football.
“Joe Aribo is still a week or two away, Niko Katic remains a long term absentee and it’s unlikely new loan. BBC was quoted as saying on Thursday evening.
With Wilfred Ndidi sidelined for three to four weeks, Rohr would require Aribo’s intelligence and hard pressing to unleash the best of Victor Osimhen, Ahmed Musa and Moses Simon against Leone Stars.