Solskjaer opens up on Ighalo’s future

Solskjaer – opens up on Ighalo’s future

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, Manchester United boss, has announced that next season Odion Ighalo will be at club.

Ighalo now has four goals in three starts, following his wonder strike against LASK in the Europa League last-16 game against LASK on Thursday.

The 30-year-old opened scoring as United romped to a 5-0 win in Austria.

Speaking after the game, Solskjaer told reporters that Ighalo is playing his way to landing a permanent deal.

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“Odion has done really well since he’s come in. He will improve and get better and has qualities we saw in him that we needed and they are qualities we will still need next season.

“He’s a goalscorer and a striker. He knows his job and what his role is in the team.

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“He’s very good with his back to goal and a good link player, but best thing about him is his personality. He’s got the lot, really,” he said.

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