Nigerian forward on loan at Manchester United, Odion Ighalo, has expressed uncertainty over his future at Old Trafford.
Ighalo, 30, was on fire for the red devils when the season was on, but with Coronavirus pandemic disrupting the season, he is no longer sure what the future might hold for him at the premier league side.
Speaking to BBC sports, the former Watford man expressed his eagerness to return to the field of play.
I was in good form, good shape, scoring goals and now we’ve stopped now for over a month. I’ve given it my best and hopefully, we’ll come back to play.
Ighalo believes that Covid-19 has robbed him off more time at the club of his dreams while reiterating his desire to finish the EPL season with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men.
The team had a good momentum before the pandemic started. At the moment I’m on loan, and this will cut short my time at the club.
I would like to finish the season if it’s possible.
He went further to say that talks on making his deal permanent are yet to begin, and he is not sure what it is going to be.
The club, myself, every footballer is going through a lot because we can’t do what we love and what we know how to do best, so we’re just thinking about that for now and to finish the season before we start thinking about the contract.
I just want everyone to be safe and see what the future holds.
The 30 year-old striker has a two-years mouthwatering offer on the table from his parent Chinese club, which he can fall back to should United fail to tie him down.