Ighalo set to return to China as his Man Utd future in Doubt.

Ighalo set to return to China as his Man Utd future in Doubt.

Man Utd strike has played his last game for United as he set to return to China by Month-end.

The Nigerian born Man Utd striker joined the Reds at the end January transfer window in a six-month loan contract from the Chinese Super League.

Man Utd was happy to land the former Watford striker but the player has a revelation to the coach's side at the club.

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The Nigerian International have scored four goals ever since join the club from China although He only made four appearances for the club before the emergency of coronavirus pandemic.

The Reds Ighalo's contract with Shanghai Shenhua club is going to end on May and according to the contract,
the player is supposed to return to Shanghai Shenhua a month earlier.

Ighalo set to return to China as his Man Utd future in Doubt.

Man Utd coach Ole agreed on an earlier return date for the player so that He can help his club in their league campaign.

Man Utd has a plan of extending the player's contract at the club due to this coronavirus but Shanghai Shenhua has dug their heel in the player.

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the Chinese side Choi Kang-hee's are demanding a fee worth £20m for the player on a permanent deal for Ighalo or less he will return to China at the end of the month.

As the look of thinks, the transfer valuations of the player is in doubt, as United unlikely to accept a permanent deal for the player when they have Marcus Rashford returning from injury and another new striker on their radar.

Only Man Utd striker Anthony Martial has scored more goals than Ighalo, Martial scored eight goals in fourteen appearances for The reds in 2020 in all competitions.

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