The Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) are working on a three-game friendly match series to be played in London and Belgium in the next Fifa free week.
The Sunday Oliseh-led Super Eagles defeated Niger Republic 2-0 on Saturday in an international friendly in Port-Harcourt.
According to AfricanFootball.com, Cameroon, Ghana and Congo are the countries currently in consideration for the prospective friendly games, which are intended to tune up the squad for their forthcoming 2017 Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) qualification matches.
The matches are expected to be played between 5 and 13 October.
Nigeria will play the winners of the Round 1 play off between Djibouti and Swaziland in a two-legged Round 2 fixture in the 2018 Fifa World Cup preliminary competition between 9 and 17 November.
The Eagles trail Group G leaders Egypt by 4 points in Group G of the 2017 Afcon qualifiers after recording four points from the pie first two matches, the most recent being their goalless draw away to Tanzania.
Egypt, 5-1 winners over Chad in Ndjamena on Sunday, visit Nigeria in the weekend of 23 and 26 March, and then host the three-time African champions in Cairo between 26 and 29 March.
The Pharaohs are looking to stage their return to the continental showpiece for the first time in seven years at Gabon 2017. Nigeria missed out on this year’s tournament in Equatorial Guinea.