Nigerian football star Odion Ighalo set to quit Man United

Manchester United Star Odion Ighalo
Odion Ighalo

Odion Ighalo seems to have played his last game for Manchester United

The Red Devils are trusting they can get authorization from Shanghai Shenhua to keep him until the finish of the season

The China club is proposing a changeless arrangement worth around £20m for the resigned Super Eagles star or disregard him

Nigerian football star could be making a beeline for China after both Shanghai Shenhua and Manchester United failed to agree over his loan augmentation.

The 30-year-old’s underlying impermanent remain at Old Trafford lapses toward the end of this current month however the Red Devils need to keep the striker until the season is finished.

Football activity in England has been on suspension since mid-March following the overbreak of destructive coronavirus which has constrained the season to be lengthened.

As indicated by reports, the EPL is planned to return on June 12 after the UK government declared elite athletics could continue from the coming month.

Be that as it may, United are not keen on making Ighalo’s arrangement perpetual as they need to make the most of his stay somewhat more however with less money related obligation.

Having gone along with them in late January, the previous Super Eagles attacker has scored multiple times and helped one other goal in eight appearances.

His first support during the club’s 3-0 win over Championship side Derby County in March and has additionally scored in the Europa League.

SunSport citing Standard cases United are trusting they can get an augmentation from his club to play the staying nine EPL coordinates left this season.

In the mean time, Shanghai Shenhua won’t tune in to some other offer not the same as the £20 million arrangement they requested for the player.

Ole Gunnar Solakjser unquestionably needs to sign a forward as Timo Werner and Moussa Dembele are the expectations for the Norwegian forward.

The team may acquire lower than Ighalo whose present compensation in China remains at £300,000-per-week.

MichikaTV reports that in preparation of a potential resumption of the 2019/2020 English Premier League season, Manchester United star Odion Ighalo was seen at an open park in Cheshire on Monday, May 11.