- Odion Ighalo is currently house hunting in England after been seen with property brochure
- Ighalo is living at the Lowry hotel where Mourinho also lived while coaching Red Devils
- The former Super Eagles star has been training on his own since he got to England
Manchester United new striker Odion Ighalo has been spotted with property brochure on his hand while walking into the Lowry hotel in England.
This is an indication that the Nigerian striker is already looking for house he will buy in Manchester while playing for the Red Devils.
Having joined Premier League side Manchester United on the deadline day, Odion Ighalo is still settling to life in one of the famous cities in England.
United gaffer Solskjaer and his remaining players are currently in Spain where they are training for the winter break ahead of their next game against Chelsea in the Premier League.
Odion Ighalo was not included in the squad that traveled to Marbella over fears that he may be blocked from reentering England by the authorities in charge over Coronavirus outbreak.
The virus actually originated in China and there are reports that nine people have contacted the deadly disease already in England.
Ighalo last played in the Chinese Super League before he was signed by the Old Trafford side on a six month deal.
And since Ighalo was asked to stay back in England, the ex Super Eagles striker has been training hard on his own in serious efforts to be fit for Manchester United.
He has also taken the opportunity to check some new pads which he could buy as he currently stays in an hotel.
Former Manchester United handler Jose Mourinho spent all his days with the Red Devils at Lowry hotel and even new signing Bruno Fernandes is also living at the hotel.
According to the report on UK Sun, Odion Ighalo was looking at the brochure of DAMAC properties who are into real estate in the United Kingdom and Middle East.
Meanwhile, Manchester United are also reported to be considering signing Odion Ighalo on a permanent basis, but that will depend on his performances this season.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Manchester United new striker Odion Ighalo was reportedly banned from entering the Red Devils training ground over fears of coronavirus disease.
Virtually all the nations in the world are currently taking precautions against the deadly disease which emanated from China..
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