Ighalo surprisingly joined the Red Devils on loan from the Chinese side of Shanghai Shehua in January, and so far he has tried his luck with his childhood club, scoring four times since his move.
United has not yet decided whether to permanently integrate the player, but Goal Sule said Real Madrid and Barcelona may be interested in Ighalo if United don’t move quickly.
“I see Odion Ighalo making a lot of money from the best European teams when his loan expires at Manchester United,” said Sule.
“I don’t think Man United is eager to retain him because they don’t seem to value him enough to give him a regular place. He may also no longer be wanted when Marcus Rashford is in good shape. “
“I will not advise him to return to China now despite the attractive offer, but I would ask him to stay in Europe.
“I won’t be surprised if Chelsea, Manchester City, Real Madrid or Barcelona come for him.
“He has proven that he has a lot to offer at the highest level during his short stay at Man United and he can attract big brands and make more money by playing in one of the best teams in England .
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“He can always return to China later in his career but for now, I think he has what it takes to shine in Europe. “
Ighalo seems to prefer staying at United, which he described as his “dream” club, but whether it is in Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s long-term plans remains to be seen.
Shanghai is thought to be desperate to keep him in China and has offered him a new deal of £ 400,000 a week.