The Flying Eagles won the West African Football Union (WAFU) B under 20 title in May 2022, to book a spot in the 2023 AFCON.
With the close of the start of the tournament, Bosso has invited 35 players to Camp Flying Eagles.
The squad includes players from the team that won the WAFU B title, as well as new players from the Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL).
The team is expected to start training on Monday, January 9, 2023, with some friendly matches already scheduled by the Nigerian Football Federation.
The Flying Eagles have won the U20 AFCON seven times and are in Group A for the 2023 edition in Egypt.
The Flying Eagles will play their group match in the cities of Cairo, Alexandria and Ismailia.
There are 12 teams in the tournament and the Flying Eagles face hosts Egypt, Senegal and Mozambique in Pool A.
The tournament starts on Sunday 19 February through Saturday 11 March and the four semi-finalists will represent Africa at the 2023 FIFA U-20 World Cup to be hosted by Indonesia.
Nathaniel Nwosu (Water FC); Chijioke Anigboso (Giant Brillars); Saheed Akanbi (Worship FC); John Otunbulon (Mavloon FC)
Benjamin Frederick (Nasarawa FC); Adedoyin Odole (36 lions); Daniel Bamaiyi (Yum Yum FC); Femi Abubakar (Madiba FC); Nathaniel Tambe (Box2Box FC); Solomon Agbalaka (Broad City); Aminu Yusuf (Lobi Stars); Hassan Shaibu (smart city); Agustín Njoku (Warriors of Abia)
Daniel Daga (Dakkada FC); Ogbelu Onoche (Nasarawa United); Frederick Godwin (City FC); Jonathan Nicolás (Simoiben FC); Muhammad Aminu (Mailantarki FC); Shatima Umar; Abdulrahman Adam (Mahaniam FC); Caleb Ochedikwu (Mavloon FC); Ibrahim Yahaya (Mailatarki FC); Bilyaminu Musa (Mailafia FC); Musa Usman (Mailatarki (FC))
Jude Sunday (Real Saphier FC); Ifesinachi Obiakwu (36 Lions); Adams Olalekan (Rowing Stars); Emma Ochegbu (United Plateau); Haliru Sarki (Maikunkele FC); Christogonus Ibe (Chukwuebuka FC); Faruk Salami (Ikorodu city); According to Otusanoya; Ayuba Francis (Nasarawa Kingdom); Promise Bernard (FAME FC); Shatima Abani (United Plateau)