U-20 World Cup: Flying Eagles start pre-tournament medical test as Bulgarian duo arrive camp

The Flying Eagles have started a comprehensive pre-tournament medical assessment (PCMA) as they get set for a training tour in Argentina.

Ladan Bosso’s side will travel to the South American country on Saturday.

25 players will make the trip for the training tour which is expected to last three weeks.

Some of the invited foreign-based players will join the team in Argentina.

Meanwhile, Striker Emmanuel Umeh and midfielder Tochukwu Nadi from Bulgarian club Botev Plovdiv have joined the Flying Eagles camp in Abuja.

Umeh and Nadi linked up with their colleagues in camp on Monday.

The Flying Eagles will face Brazil, Italy and Dominican Republic in Group D at the World Cup.

The tournament will run from May 20 to June 11 in Argentina.

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