Odion Ighalo promises to dedicate all goals for Man United to late sister Mary

Odion Ighalo promises to dedicate all goals for Man United to late sister Mary

- Odion Ighalo has made it clear that he is missing his late sister

- The Nigerian striker has also vowed to dedicate all goals score to Mary

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Nigerian striker Odion Ighalo has promised to dedicate all goals he score for Manchester United to his late younger sister who recently died in Canada.

Odion Ighalo has already inscribed the name of his sister Mary on all the boots he will wear during his six months loan stay at Old Trafford.

The name of his sister Mary has also been printed on the white underwear he will put on under Manchester United jersey this season in the Premier League and Europa.

Ighalo explained that he is still battling with the pains of his sister's death claiming that he used to cry anytime he remembers her demise.

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Mary and her husband were living in Canada before her demise with Odion Ighalo confirming the sad news on social media.

The former Watford striker also made it clear that he is still trying to be strong over the death of his sister.

Meanwhile, Odion Ighalo is expected to play his first match for Manchester United against Chelsea on Monday night.

He has been training on his own since he completed his move to Manchester United from the Chinese Super League.

United fans have all been waiting to watch the Nigerian striker who spent almost two seasons at Watford before he left the Premier League side.

Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how workers at the Lowry Hotel 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.

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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.

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