- Moses Simon could miss out of the Super Eagles squad for this month's AFCON qualifiers vs Sierra Leone
- The Nigerian forward lasted just 25 minutes on the pitch in Nantes' 3-0 defeat to Paris Saint Germain earlier this weekend
- Gernot Rohr might have to look for a replacement fo the 25-year-old before the doubleheader against the Leone Stars
Super Eagles forward Moses Simon may have been ruled out of Nigeria's 2022 Africa Cup of Nations' qualifier against Sierra Leone later this month.
The three-time AFCON kings sit atop of Group L with six points after victories over Lesotho and Benin in their first two fixtures.
They however welcome the Leone Stars to the Samuel Ogbemudia Stadium on Friday, November 13 while they travel to Freetown for the second leg four days later.
But it is unlikely that the 25-year-old winger would be a part of the squad after being substituted in their 25th minute of Nantes' 3-0 defeat to Paris Saint Germain this weekend.
His early removal from the game was as a result of the knock he picked in the opening half of the encounter and he was replaced by Kader Bamba for the remainder of the match.
Meanwhile, Moses missed a glorious opportunity that could have handed his side the lead as early as the 15th minute of the game.
The Nigerian star will have to find his scoring boots when he returns from injury having scored just once in eight appearances so far this campaign. He also has an assist in the process.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Super Eagles coach Gernot Rohr has called up captain Ahmed Musa, defender William Ekong, midfield enforcer Oghenekaro Etebo and 21 others for November's 2022 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying quick-fire double against the Leone Stars of Sierra Leone.
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Defenders Kenneth Omeruo, Leon Balogun and Chidozie Awaziem, midfielder Alex Iwobi and forwards Moses Simon, Samuel Chukwueze and Chidera Ejuke are also called.
Nigeria’s leading marksman in the series, Victor Osimhen returns after missing out of this month’s friendlies against Algeria and Tunisia, just as midfielder Joseph Ayodele-Aribo and South Africa –based goalkeeper Daniel Akpeyi.
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