Nigeria are set to parade a team of local league players for a friendly against South Korea in Seoul later this month following a spate of withdrawals by some of the country's top Europe-based stars.

Injury has already ruled out Russia-based striker Osaze Odemwingie and Ike Uche of Real Zaragoza from the August 11 match.

Nigeria caretaker coach, Austin Equavoen, has now disclosed that Monaco midfielder Lukman Haruna, Obinna Nsofor of Inter Milan and Ukraine-based Dele Adeleye have pulled out of the game.

"Haruna has called in to say he is injured, while Obinna Nsofor and Adeleye are tied down with their clubs," said Eguavoen, who called up 13 overseas-based players for the match.

According to Eguavoen, Esperance striker Michael Eneramo has also turned down a late invitation to the game because his team are engaged in the CAF Champions League.

Last week, Russia-based striker Solomon Okoronkwo, who featured at the 2008 Olympics, was handed a late invitation to the Super Eagles.

Korea have demanded that Nigeria line up some of their World Cup stars for the match.

Both countries drew 2-2 in a 2010 group match in Durban, South Africa, which allowed Korea to reach the knockout stage of the tournament.