- Odion Ighalo's current spell with Man United has suggested that Erling Haaland could join the Red Devils in the future
- Reports claim that the former Nigerian international's form at Old Trafford has been a huge factor in Solskjaer's squad
- The Borussia Dortmund striker has a £63million buy-out clause and could leave the German club at the end of the season
Odion Ighalo's impressive performance could make way for Manchester United bringing in Erling Haaland.
The 30-year-old has been a revelation since he joined the Old Trafford outfit, scoring four goals in eight matches.
Ighalo has now relieved pressure on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer after the Red Devils had scoring problems since injuries Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial at some point.
And the Norwegian boss has hinted that they need Ighalo's kind of motivation beyond the present season, suggesting that his move could be made permanent.
According to Manchester Evening News, Ighalo could still play two years of top-flight football which would help the club consider Norwegian striker Haaland.
The Borussia Dortmund star turned down the opportunity to play under Solskjaer in January after an incredible season with RB Leipzig.
He scored 28 goals in the 2019-20 season including eight Champions League strikes in the group phase.
Haaland has also set the Bundesliga on fire score nine goals in his first eight games for the Yellow Canaries.
It is likely that the 19-year-old could leave the Signa Iguna outfit in the next transfer window with a release clause of £63million.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Ekundayo Ojo is currently in custody of kidnappers on Sunday, March 22, afternoon at Ipele town, after Ifon in Ondo State, cited on Twitter.
It is understood that Enyimba international midfielder was heading back home from his base in Aba before he was nabbed in Akure.
The Super Eagles midfielder was not the only caught in the web of kidnappers, but his teammates Benjamin Diomande and Emmanuel James were also victims but managed to escape.
Legit.ng also reported that Cristiano Ronaldo has been hard to replace since he left Real Madrid, according to former Los Blancos boss Fabio Capello, cited on Goal.
The Italian boss who had two different spells at the Santiago Bernabeu claims that Real's opponents need to score two goals to be sure of winning a match back in the days Ronaldo was still at the club.
The Portuguese talisman left Spain and took up a new challenge in Italy with Juventus and the 35-year-old has adapted to the different style of play in Serie A.