CAF Releases Super Eagles’ 40-Man Provisional Squad For 2024 AFCON

The Confederation of African Football CAF has released Super Eagles’ 40-man provisional list for next month’s Africa Cup of Nations AFCON in Cote d’Ivoire.

The Eagles’ list which was released via CAF’s website is dominated by foreign based players while three home-based players, Ojo Olorunleke, Amas Obasogie and Christian Nwoke, made the cut.

CAF has also decided that all 24 participating teams for the 2024 AFCON will be permitted a final squad of 27 players, an increase from 23 in the last edition.

The registration of four additional players on the final list is optional and not an obligation.

Teams are expected to submit their final list for the tournament to CAF on or before January 3, 2024, ten (10) days to the opening match.

A player in the final squad list can only be replaced after a serious injury no less than 24-hours before the team’s first match following the approval of the medical certificate by the CAF Medical Committee.

The tournament is slated from January 13 will take place from January 13 to February 11, 2024 in the Ivorian cities of Abidjan, Bouake, Korhogo, San Pedro and Yamoussoukro.

THE FULL PROVISIONAL LIST OF THE SUPER EAGLES AHEAD OF 2024 AFCON

Goalkeepers

  1. Francis Uzoho
  2. Adebayo Adeleye
  3. Ojo Olorunleke
  4. Stanley Nwabali
  5. Amas Obasogie
  6. Christian Nwoke

Defenders

  1. Ola Aina
  2. Bright Osayi-Samuel
  3. Tyronne Ebuehi
  4. Jamilu Collins
  5. Zaidu Sanusi
  6. Bruno Onyemaechi
  7. William Troost-Ekong
  8. Semi Ajayi
  9. Calvin Bassey
  10. Kenneth Omeruo
  11. Kevin Akpoguma
  12. Chidozie Awaziem
  13. Jordan Torunarigha

Midfielders

  1. Wilfred Ndidi
  2. Frank Onyeka
  3. Joe Aribo
  4. Alex Iwobi
  5. Alhassan Yusuf
  6. Fisayo Dele-Bashiru
  7. Raphael Onyedika Nwadike
  8. Kelechi Nwakali

Attackers

  1. Victor Osimhen
  2. Victor Boniface
  3. Terem Moffi
  4. Umar Sadiq
  5. Ahmed Musa
  6. Paul Onuachu
  7. Cyriel Dessers
  8. Ademola Lookman
  9. Nathan Tella
  10. Moses Simon
  11. Emmanuel Dennis
  12. Samuel Chukwueze
  13. Kelechi Iheanacho
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