Former Super Eagles striker Odion Ighalo is a few details away from joining Saudi Arabia premier league side Al-Shabab.
The 31-year-old forward has agreed to join the club in a permanent deal after his loan deal with Manchester United expired.
Transfer expert, Fabrizio Romano confirmed the former Watford striker has put pen to paper with the Saudi Arabian side and won’t be returning to his parent club Shanghai Shenhua.
“Odion Ighalo will join Saudi Arabian side Al-Shabab on a permanent deal, confirmed. Medicals scheduled after loan expired with Manchester United. 🇸🇦🔴 #mufc #DeadlineDay” he said in a tweet.
Ighalo signed for Manchester United in January 2019, he featured in 23 matches in all competitions and scored five goals, before losing his place to Edison Cavani.
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