- Odion Ighalo is currently training hard in top preparation for his first game for Man United
- This is after he missed the Red Devils' trip to Marbella training camp
- Ighalo is gearing up for his Manchester United debut against Chelsea
Nigerian striker Odion Ighalo has demonstrated how prepared he is after posting video of himself sweating in training as he gears up to make his debut Manchester United in the EPL.
Nigerians are still celebrating Odion Ighalo's move to Manchester United on the deadline day with the player himself declaring the transfer as a dream come true.
Manchester United found themselves in a tight corner after main striker Marcus Rashford got injured in which they needed a capable replacement before the transfer window closed.
The move for Odion Ighalo then came in for the Red Devils' chiefs in which they had no choice than to sign the ex Udinese striker considering his experience in the Premier League.
Odion Ighalo spent almost two seasons at Watford where he was impressive and till today, the club's fans hold him in high esteem.
And in the Chinese Super League, Odion Ighalo made 74 appearances scoring 46 goals before making a return to the Premier League.
But he only signed a six months contract with the Red Devils and the deal could be extended depending on his performances at the end of the season.
Due to the corona-virus quarantine fears, Manchester United ordered Odion Ighalo to remain in England as he missed their trip to southern Spain.
The Nigerian has however showed great skills back home as he waits for his new teammates ahead of Manchester United's Premier League tie against Chelsea.
United fans were impressed to see the level of preparation Odion Ighalo is with many commenting on his post that Chelsea are in for a big trouble.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will have no other choice than to use Odion Ighalo against the Blues since Marcus Rashford is not available and the duo of Martial and Lingard are not clicking.
Manchester United are currently occupying eight position on the Premier League standings with 35 points, while Chelsea are placed fourth with 41 points after 25 games played.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Manchester United are reportedly considering signing Nigerian striker Odion Ighalo on a permanent basis at the end of the ongoing Premier League season.
But his performances for the Red Devils will be the yardstick on whether the Old Trafford chiefs should ink permanent deal or allow him to return to China.
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