Posted by Timige, On 21 Jun, 2022 | Updated On 22 Jun, 2022 No Comments »
After spells at Granada, Udinese, and Watford, Ighalo left Europe in 2017 to join Chinese club CC Yatai in a deal worth over 20 million euros.
The Nigerian forward switched to Shanghai Shenhua two years later.
Manchester United paid Shenhua €12 million in January 2020 to take Ighalo on a loan deal that was initially meant to last six months but was extended to a year.
Just over a month after returning to Shenhua, Ighalo left China for Saudi Arabia, where he teamed up with Al-Shabab.
But he switched to league rivals Al-Hilal SFC at the end of January this year after Al-Shabab refused to allow him to play for Nigeria at the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations in Cameroon.
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