Players of the Super Eagles have reportedly received two of the outstanding bonuses owed them during the Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers by Nigeria Football Federation (NFF).
The core of the players invited for the doubleheader international friendly matches against Cameroon dropped out due to injury but according to reports emanating from the Eagles camp in Austria, the withdrawal was because of the backlogs of unpaid bonuses.
In the two friendly matches played against Cameroon, the three-time African champions recorded one loss and a draw, with performances that never went down well with Nigeria football lovers.
The report added that the NFF is already processing another bonus for two matches with the Central Bank of Nigeria.
Nigeria takes on Mexico next in another international friendly in the United States in July.
The team will begin their Qatar 2022 World Cup qualifying campaign in September against Liberia and Cape Verde.
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