Manchester United loanee Odion Ighalo repeats his desire to sign up with the club on a permanent basis, in spite of having a financially rewarding contract offer on the table from Shanghai.
Odion Ighalo has actually restated his desire to turn his loan spell at Manchester United into a permanent offer.
The boyhood Red Devils fan protected a dream move to Old Trafford on due date day of the January transfer window, signing up with the 20- time English champions on loan till May 31.
Nevertheless, the 2019-20 season will now extend beyond that date due to the coronavirus shutdown, suggesting that United will need to renegotiate with Ighalo’s moms and dad club Shanghai Shenhua if they are to keep him till completion of the campaign.
FIFA launched a declaration today verifying that ending agreements can be extended till the new end date of the season, whenever that might be, and Ighalo remains in no doubt that he desires to remain in Manchester.
“I am inspired by a lot of things at United. I am really inspired and I am looking forward to spending more time with the team,” Ighalo is priced quote as stating by The Mirror.
” Seeing the club from the outside you do not understand how big it is. When you are inside you understand how big the club is. I am influenced by the way the club is structured, I am influenced by the instructions of theclub I am influenced by the advancement of the young players and how they are coming through from the grassroots to the first team.
“I am a fighter, I never give up, I go for what I believe I can achieve and I give my best, 100%. No matter the outcome of the game, win or lose, I always give 100% from the beginning. With hard work and determination, you can achieve what you want in life. Talent is not enough in football. When you have talent and you don’t work, it is not enough. Put in the hard work and I think you will have what it takes to achieve your dream.”
Shanghai Shenhua are believed to have actually used Ighalo a massive ₤400,000- a-week contract to remain at the club instead of signing up with United on a permanent basis.