Super Eagles’ players have reportedly voted in the selection of the inaugural Africa Best 11.
According to information from CAF, the voting came after Mohammed Salah and his teammates from the Egyptian national team became the first to vote for the inaugural Africa Best 11 organized by FIFPro.
The vote is open to national-team members from 54 African countries.
Players have been picking their team of the year in the last few days while with their national teams for African Cup of Nation qualifiers.
Players from Cameroon, Ghana, Morocco, South Africa and Togo are among other national-team members to have already voted.
Among the players that have voted were the former Arsenal striker Emmanuel Adebayor, Liverpool goal talisman Mohammed salah of Egypt, Paris Saint-Germain player Choupo-Moting of Cameroon.
National-team players from Botswana, Congo, Gabon, Kenya, Mali, Uganda and Zimbabwe have also voted.