Rangers striker Cyriel Dessers has won an international recall for the first time in almost two years for managerless Nigeria.

But the Nigerian FA have bizarrely yet to reveal who will manage the Super Eagles for their two friendlies in Morocco against Ghana and Mali or who picked their squad.

Dessers has scored 16 goals for Rangers in all competitions and that was enough to earn the 29-year-old a recall after his last call-up in 2022 for the friendly matches in Marrakech.

He has won four caps for his country and scored once against Mexico in a friendly in the USA.

Nigeria parted company with former boss José Peseiro earlier this month after they lost in the African Cup of Nations Final to Ivory Coast.

And they have yet to reveal who will take charge of their team for the games or even who selected their squad, after announcing it without a press conference.

The squad excluded eight players from the tournament and also included a recall for former Rangers flop Sadiq Umar.

Press reports have suggested former Ajax star Finidi George could take on the role of interim manager and combine it with his current job as manager of Nigerian side Enyimba.

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Meanwhile, the big games keep on coming for Rangers. As the fixtures are ticked off and the weeks elapse, the sense of excitement will build in tandem with the pressure and the possibilities.

A Premiership defeat to Motherwell was followed by a Europa League draw against Benfica. Now it is a Scottish Cup victory over Hibernian that Philippe Clement has in his sights. The third match of the week sees Rangers return to a third competition. Time will tell how long Clement’s side are performing that juggling act for this term. In more ways than one, Jack Butland is determined not to take his eye off the ball.