The 22-year-old Nigerian descent who scored 14 goals in 46 appearances in the Sky Bet Championship for QPR last season.
Eze put to pen and paper a five-year deal at Crystal Palace last week withdraw from the England U21.
However, the problem is however not serious, with Eze heading back to at Selhurst Park as a precaution after feeling his groin.
🇳🇬🏴 Ebere Eze has withdrawn from England’s U21 squad to face Kosovo and Austria this week. pic.twitter.com/ZFqMj5pmzM
— African Football HQ (@AfricanFtblHQ) September 2, 2020
Amaju Pinnick has gone all out to convince Eze to switch his allegiance from England to Nigeria.
Nigeria offered new Crystal Palace signing his first opportunity to play international football when he was invited to a Super Eagles training camp in March 2017
But he couldn’t make his debut after a proposed friendly with Burkina Faso was canceled.
Eze became provisionally cap-tied to his country of birth in November 2019, playing the last nine minutes of an U21 EURO qualifier against Albanin