Former FC Porto forward Chidera Ezeh has arrived the camp of the Nigeria U23 team ahead of their Africa U23 Cup of Nations Qualifiers game against Libya in Tunisia on Wednesday, Owngoalnigeria.com reports.
Ezeh arrived the camp of the team on Thursday to bring to four the number of foreign based players in the team as preparations for the qualifiers hots up with the team set to depart for Delta State later this week.
His arrival means four foreign based players with Bede Opara, Kelechi John and Tosin Kehinde completing the list are now training with the team with other foreign based players expected to join them in Tunisia.
A member of the title winning Nigeria U17 team of 2013, Ezeh who also made the U20 team of Nigeria to the 2015 World Youth Championship currently plays for second division Portuguese side Portimonense.
This season the 21 year old has only played two games this season with a combined total of 17 minutes as he has struggled to pin a regular spot at the team following his move on a permanent transfer to the team from the B team of league giants FC Porto in the summer.