Ighalo loan spell ends: Man-U to focus on targets like Dembele and Werner.
Old Trafford ‘s former Nigeria international performed better than expected but he was never the long-term response irrespective of coronavirus.
Odion Ighalo could be seen on the touchline cheering like a fan when Harry Maguire headed into the second goal of Manchester United against Chelsea in their 2-0 Premier League win away in February.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer had sent his signing date from the January window to warm-up ahead of his Stamford Bridge debut, and the lifelong United supporter was, as he said in his own words since then, “living the dream.”
When a deal was struck for the former Watford man with only hours left of the January window, questions were asked. Despite the criticism, club sources believed it was a savvy move to help fill a void left by the injury to this season’s leading goal scorer, Marcus Rashford, United.