Odion Ighalo spotted training in public ahead of Premier League return

Odion Ighalo spotted training in public ahead of Premier League return

- Odion Igahlo was spotted in a park doing some training sessions after the lockdown was relaxed by the government

- The Premier League will get back into action on June 1, 2020, as matches will be played behind closed doors

- Ighalo has been linked with a surprise move to Premier League club Newcastle in the summer

Odion Ighalo has been on the edge to return to full training as he was seen training in a Cheshire Park on Monday, May 11, 2020.

The Nigerian striker was spotted doing some drills after the government announced that the Premier League would return on June 1, 2020, with matches played behind closed doors.

The Manchester United star wore his No.25 shorts with a red shirt and a white Nike trainers in the park.

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Ighalo also made time to sign an autograph for a supposed United fan as he maintained the social distancing rules.

The 30-year-old has scored four goals in eight matches so far for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men since his January arrival.

And he is set to continue from where he stopped before the coronavirus sprang up and crippled all footballing activities around the globe.

Matches are slated to return by June 1, but games will be played with spectators in attendance until a cure for COVID-19 is found.

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Odion Ighalo has become a surprise target for Premier League against Newcastle once their £300million takeover is completed.

The former Nigerian international is currently on loan at Man United and the 30-year-old is favoured to earn a permanent deal at Old Trafford.

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But the Magpies are looking to make themselves a force to reckon with in the English top-flight division next season.

United will need to pay Ighalo's parent club Shanghai Shenhua £20million to make his deal permanent but reports claim Newcastle are looking to overtake United in the deal.

Legit.ng also reported that Manchester United have reportedly agreed a deal to sign Sunderland wonder kid Joe Hugill from the Sunderland.

The two clubs, according to Daily Mail reports, agreed a deal worth £250,000 deal subject to a medical.

The 16-year old reportedly rejected a deal at the Stadium of Light and instead keen on signing his first professional contract with the Red Devils.

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