The former Newcastle striker left the club in 2018 after picking up a serious knee injury
Browsing: Odion Ighalo
The 31-year-old fired the Red Devils to the semi-finals of the FA Cup.
Ighalo has been loving life at United since joining them on-loan from Shanghai Shenhua in a shock move.
Frenchman Martial, 24, has been flying for the Red Devils since the season’s resumption earlier this month.
The Manchester United striker scored against Norwich and has five goals in four starts since joining from Shanghai Shenhua in January.
The Nigerian forward has been a big hit since signing on loan from Chinese side Shanghai Shenhua in January, scoring five goals and creating one assist in all competitions.
The Red Devils became the first side to secure their place in Sunday’s draw as they edged past the Canaries, who were dreaming of Wembley on their first quarterfinal appearance since 1991-92.
The Nigerian striker joined the Reds on a season-long loan at the beginning of the 2019/20 campaign from Chinese side Shanghai Greenland Shenhua FC.
The Premier League will resume on June 17 with Manchester United billed to take on Tottenham Hotspurs on June 19 at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
The on-loan forward hit the back of the net along with Marcus Rashford, who got a brace for Team Paul Pogba against Bruno Fernandes led side.
Eyebrows were raised when United wrapped up a temporary agreement with Shanghai Greenland Shenhua for Ighalo in January but the 30-year-old seized his opportunity with both hands, racking up four goals and an assist in his opening eight appearances.
Ighalo arrived at Old Trafford on a four-month loan deal from Shanghai Shenhua in January and has been a success with four goals in eight appearances.
Eyebrows were raised when the Red Devils wrapped up a temporary agreement with Shanghai Greenland Shenhua for Ighalo, but the 30-year-old has hit back at his doubters with four goals and an assist in his opening eight appearances.
Ighalo was a surprise addition for United on Deadline Day, as the Red Devils scrambled to find a striker to replace Marcus Rashford, while the Englishman was injured.
Ighalo, on loan from Shanghai Shenhua, reported the abuse to the Chinese FA, but after no action was taken he decided to “let it go”.
The Nigerian striker was due to return to parent club Shanghai Shenhua at the end of last week, but United made the move to keep the forward at Old Trafford until January 2021.
Ighalo was due to return to parent side Shanghai Shenhua on the final day of May with the season due to be wrapped up.
The Nigerian striker was an instant hit after arriving from Shanghai Greenland Shenhua at the end of the winter transfer window but that deal was due to expire on the final day of May.
The extension comes after problems over the player’s return to China convinced the Chinese Super League club – who will receive a total of £10.5 million, with the £6 million loan fee and £130,000-a-week salary combined – to let him stay at Old Trafford.
The Nigerian striker’s stay was initially due to end on May 31