They are expected to leave from Abuja to Europe to continue preparation for the World Cup.
The winger, who played a key role in Nigeria's qualification for the tournament, has been struggling with an injury and sat out the team's training in Port Harcourt on Sunday as they prepared for Monday's pre-World Cup friendly against the Democratic Republic of Congo.
"For Victor Moses, we have a special programme for him; you know it's been a tough season for him so we needed to give him some time out and for Ndidi, he will not play in the match on Monday against DR Congo in Port Harcourt but we are trying to prepare him for the England game".
Nigeria coach Gernot Rohr has said he is waiting on team doctor's confirmation that KAA Gent winger Moses Simon will not feature at the World Cup in Russian Federation after he suffered a hamstring injury in training that will sideline him for at least three weeks.
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"The nature of his injury is such that he won't be recovering quickly enough to make the World Cup".
"It's really unfortunate but he remains in my future plans". He has been granted permission to join the rest of the team in London, where Eagles will play against England on the 2nd of June at the Wembley Stadium in another worldwide friendly.
Croatia coach, Zlatko Dalic has tagged the Super Eagles as the most risky team in the group D match up of the FIFA World Cup tournament starting in Russian Federation next month.
Argentina beat Nigeria four times at the World Cup, which include 2-1 in 1994, 1-0 in 2002 and 2010, and the 3-2 result at the last World Cup in Brazil.