Odion Ighalo will struggle to get into Manchester United's starting XI because he is only a back up striker in Manchester United. Odion Ighalo has found playing time very difficult in Manchester United especially in the English Premier league, despite his 5 goals and one assist in 14 apperances in the club.
Nigerian Odion Ighalo joined Manchester United on loan in January from Chinese Super league side Shangai Shenhua after Marcus Rashford picked up a back injury which kept him away from football for several months.
The Nigerian striker immediately hit the ground by his outstanding performances for the Red Devils scoring five goals and one assist in 14 apperances.
Ighalo was an unused substitute during the match between Manchester United and Southampton and also the match between Manchester United and Crystal palace.
No one knows Ighalo's fate in Manchester United as times goes, and he has never started a premier league match.
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