Nigeria Football Federation President Amaju Pinnick confirmed that Liverpool's borrower Ovie Ejaria has compromised his international future in the West African country.
Ejaria was born in England to Nigerian parents and trained with Nigeria's under-17 team in 2013.
The 22-year-old has already represented England at U-20 and U-21 levels.
"Yes, he (Ejaria) agreed to play for Nigeria," Pinnick told ESPN.
"Your documents have been sent to FIFA since then."
Ejaria, currently on loan at Reading in the English Premier League, becomes the latest in an army of players born and raised outside Nigeria who will wear the colors of the Super Eagles at a senior level. These players currently represent almost half of Nigeria's starting XI.
They include William Troost-Ekong, Ola Aina, Joe Aribo and Alex Iwobi.
Recent acquisitions to come are Eredivisie's Dutch top scorer Cyriel Dessers and Bundesliga defender Kingsley Ehizibue. Both were summoned for the first time by Rohr.
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