- Odion Ighalo has been spotted leaving the Lowry Hotel in Manchester
- The Nigerian was on his way to training when he was captured
- Ighalo is expected to make his debut for the Red Devils this weekend
Workers at the Lowry Hotel have reportedly expressed fears over the stay of Odion Ighalo at the place and they have been told not to worry despite the player being quarantined for coronavirus fears.
On Thursday afternoon, February 13, Odion Ighalo was spotted leaving the Hotel for training as he gears up preparation for his debut for the Red Devils in the Premier League.
In their bid to solve their goal scoring problems this season, Manchester United were forced to enter the transfer market where they bought Odion Ighalo on loan.
The move was possible after Marcus Rashford sustained an injury and has been ruled out indefinitely.
Since Odion Ighalo got to Manchester United, he has not been allowed to train at the club's training ground over fears of coronavirus and has been doing so on his own.
He was also asked to stay back in England before the rest of Manchester United squad traveled to Spain for winter break where they are preparing for their game against Chelsea.
After being spotted leaving the Lowry Hotel on Thursday, sources at the place revealed according to UK Sun that there notthing to worry about on Odion Ighalo.
The report added that Manchester United only took precaution not to take him along to Spain so that he won't be blocked from reentering England.
Ighalo spent almost two seasons at Watford before the Nigerian moved to the Chinese Super League where he scored 10 goals in 17 games this season.
He has not played any game since December 1 due to the outbreak of the coronavirus which made authorities to stop the Chinese football League.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Odion Ighalo is preparing to make his debut for Manchester United after joining the Red Devils on the last day of the January transfer window.
Ighalo's move to Manchester United came as a big one for the player himself and also all Nigerian football fans and pundits.
He is now the first Nigerian who will wear Manchester United jersey which is a big achievement for a player who started his football career on the streets of Ajegunle in Lagos.
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