With few days to the kick-off of the 2021 AFCON tournament in Cameroon, Super Eagles winger, Ahmed Musa has disclosed that the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) is yet to offset the two-match allowances they owe the team.
The team captain made this known on Tuesday in a press conference in Abuja, where he stated that the entire squad will have a meeting with the Federation to deliberate on how to stick with a plan.
The former Leicester City star, who was part of the Super Eagles squad that won the 2013 AFCON title, also revealed that the team is prepared to make the nation proud in Cameroon.
“We are owed two games allowances by the NFF and we will be having a meeting when every player is in camp.
“The coaches, officials of the NFF and representatives of the players will meet to discuss, so we can stick with a plan.
“We have been together for a while now and we are ready for this tournament.”
The Eagles will depart Abuja on Wednesday aboard a chartered flight for the football fiesta which runs from Jan. 9 to Feb. 6 in Cameroon.
Nigeria is pitted in Group D alongside Egypt, Guinea-Bissau and Sudan. They will commence their campaign against the Pharaohs on January 11.