Nigeria/Brazil Friendly: Super Eagles Land Singapore, Lodge In ₦0.15b Hotel (VIDEO)

Super Eagles Singapore Lodge Hotel

A total of 19 Super Eagles stars and Gernot Rohr have reportedly landed in Singapore ahead of the big clash against the Samba Boys of Brazil on Sunday.

Leading the Super Eagles stars that arrived in Southeast Asia yesterday is captain, William Troost Ekong and Everton star, Alex Iwobi.

Other players include Villarreal’s golden boy Samuel Chuwkueze, Leicester City’s hardman, Wilfred Ndidi, in-form Lille hotshot Victor Osimhen, Real Madrid slayer, Emmanuel Dennis, Maduka Okoye and many others.

Ezenwa and the NFF delegation departed Nigeria this night.

Meanwhile, the Eagles have settled for massively built Fairmont Hotel in Singapore.

The 5-star hotel in the heart of Singapore will cost Nigeria N15million for a period of five days in the Asian country.

The Nigerian squad made up of 23 players and officials will spend about N3 million per-night as the average price for a single room, which goes for N102,557.

Super Eagles’ opponents, Brazil, however, checked into JW Marriott Hotel Singapore South Beach. The hotel which is currently hosting the world’s most expensive footballer, Neymar Junior and teammates cost N138,606 per night.

Though the Brazilian hotel is a little bit expensive, the Eagles lodge is still rated higher on the rank list of Singapore base hotel.

SEE ALSO: NFF Releases Super Eagles Squad For Brazil Friendly Match [Full List]

The hotel, known for its world-class service, offers large stunning rooms, an award-winning spa, outdoor pool, 15 restaurants, bars, swimming pools and gym.

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