Liverpool winger Jordon Ibe has committed his international future to England, according to Nigeria coach Sunday Oliseh.
Nigeria defender Juwon Oshaniwa should complete his move to Hearts by Friday night, according to Sky sources.
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Nigerian defender Juwon Oshaniwa claims he is attracting interest from clubs in the UK, including Hearts and Celtic.
Holders Nigeria failed to qualify for the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations after being held to a 2-2 draw by South Africa.
Reading's Hope Akpan will be out for two weeks after dislocating his shoulder during Nigeria's 2-0 win over Congo.
Sky Sports understands the Nigerian FA wants Avram Grant to manage the team during the Africa Cup of Nations.
FIFA has given Nigeria a final chance to avoid a lengthy ban from football - but only if they comply with their demands.
Reading midfielder Hope Akpan has spoken of his delight after making his international debut for Nigeria.
Nigeria head coach Stephen Keshi has been sacked after a troubled start to qualification for the Africa Cup of Nations.
FIFA has lifted a ban imposed on the Nigeria Football Federation due to government interference.
FIFA has suspended Nigeria from all international football due to government interference.
Lazio midfielder Ogenyi Onazi faces several months out after suffering a fractured leg in Nigeria's defeat to France.
Stephen Keshi has announced he is stepping down as Nigeria coach following the World Cup defeat to France.
Nigeria defender Joseph Yobo has retired from international football following the World Cup last-16 defeat to France.
Paul Pogba's late header and a Joseph Yobo own goal saw France beat Nigeria 2-0 and earn a World Cup quarter-final spot.
Stephen Keshi believes the match officials did Nigeria few favours as they bowed out of the World Cup to France.
Lionel Messi netted twice in a virtuoso first-half display as Argentina topped Group F with a 3-2 win over Nigeria.
Stephen Keshi spoke of his pride as Nigeria became the first African team in the knock-out stages of the World Cup.
Nigeria coach Stephen Keshi says he would walk away from the squad if he was among these being targeted by supporters.