Manchester United agreed to an expansion of the loan for striker Odion Ighalo. The deal with his parent club Shanghai Shenhua formally lapsed Sunday night. And SunSport reports that an arrangement has not yet been reached to drag out his residency at Old Trafford.
Joined had questions about the expense of keeping the 30-year-old striker past the current terms.
Way back in January, Ighalo traded the Chinese Super League for the Premier League in an unexpected day loan deal.
Since coming back to English football, the previous Watford man had scored four goals in eight games. The Nigerian made a personal plea to Shanghai Shenhua to let him finish the Old Trafford season before coming back to China. Joined manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer made it clear that he wants Ighalo to hang around until the finish of the delayed season yet it presently appears as however, it won’t happen.
Ighalo looked certain on Friday when he arrived at Carrington training when he attempts to return to wellness after lockdown.
It is affirmed that Manchester United has failed to stretch out the loan term to Odion Ighalo for Shanghai Shenhua. With the Nigerian scoring four goals from eight appearances since his arrival in January, United was quick to retain its administrations until the campaign was finished. Throughout the end of the week, it was announced that the Premier League giants were probably going to retain the 30-year-old for the remainder of 2020, gave the player marked another contract with his parent club.
In any case, the Sun says that the particular teams didn’t finalize a new deal, leaving Ighalo to come back to China.
The previous Watford man, who grew up as a United supporter, has recently admitted that he wanted to invest as much energy at Old Trafford as conceivable.