Manchester United have suspended talks with Chinese club Shanghai Shenhua over expanding Nigeria striker Odion Ighalo’s arrangement with the club because of vulnerability brought about by the Coronavirus pandemic.
As per Daily Mail UK, United need to hold the striker after he scored four objectives in eight games, yet the issue has been convoluted by the worldwide football shutdown as Ighalo’s credit is expected to terminate on May 31.
Manchester United suspend chats with Shanghai Shenhua over expanding Odion Ighalo
Shanghai Shenhua is prepared to offer the 30-year-old another agreement worth £400,000 per week, and need the striker back as the Chinese Super League is set to continue soon. The Premier League, be that as it may, still can’t seem to mark the calendar in front of a key vote among clubs on Monday.
As indicated by the report, United need to know when the season will continue before focusing on another arrangement for Ighalo who have been paying £130,000 per week during two months of football dormancy because of the pandemic
As indicated by Daily Mail, ”Another factor is the arrival to wellness of Marcus Rashford and, to a lesser degree, Paul Pogba in that time. It was Rashford’s lay-off because of a back break that prompted United marking Ighalo in any case.”
Ighalo is the primary Nigerian to play for the Manchester United first group.