Former captain of the Super Eagles Vincent Enyeama is having showdown talks with the management of the Nigerian Football Federation.
A top official of the NFF who spoke to africanfootball.com that Enyeama will meet with NFF president Amaju Pinnick and as his two vice-presidents – Seyi Akinwunmi and Shehu Dikko.
The Lille goalie returned to the Super Eagles camp in Belgium for the talks.
Enyeama retired from the international football after the shot-stopper fell out with Coach Sunday Oliseh in the team’s camp in Belgium.
The drama in Belgium allegedly started after Oliseh told Enyeama to leave the camp for questioning his choice of Ahmed Musa as captain.
Enyeama denied this allegation saying his confrontation with gaffer Sunday Oliseh arose after his dead mother was insulted.
Enyeama is the most capped player in Nigeria’s history with 101 appearances to his name.