Leicester City midfielder, Wilfred Onyinyen Ndidi is out of Saturday’s friendly between the Super Eagles and England, as he has not been given the green light to resume full training by the medical team.
Ndidi had an individual training session for the sixth time since the national team began their World Cup preparations despite taking part in the jogging and stretching exercises at The Hive, Barnet Stadium on Thursday evening.
This means that Rohr might omit Ndidi from the team to face the Three Lions for the simple reason that he will be lacking match fitness, with the Super Eagles having their final training session on Friday evening.
Chelsea star Victor Moses was among the 24 players that took part in full training and came through the practice session unscathed and is in line to figure against England.
Benfica new signing, Tyronne Ebuehi has recovered from cramps he suffered against Democratic Republic of Congo and should be available for selection on Saturday, he took part in full training today.
Injured Gent winger Moses Simon was not involved in the training session as he went for a scan very close to the Hive Stadium.