​Ighalo must accept enormous pay-cut for Man Utd permanent move

first_imgManchester United loan star Odion Ighalo must forgo a lot of money if he wants to move to the team permanently. Ighalo has bagged four goals in eight games for the Red Devils The Nigerian has been a sensation since arriving from Shanghai Shenhua in January scoring in all his competitive starts for the team. Ighalo is wanted by United permanently, but the Daily Star claims they do not want to sign him on his existing £300,000-a-week wages. They would prefer to pay him closer to £100,000-a-week, as it would be in line with his place as a rotation player in the squad.Advertisement Promoted ContentYou’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of AnimeWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?Best & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made11 Strange Facts About Your Favorite TV Shows8 Most Beautiful Chinese WomenCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WayWho Earns More Than Ronaldo?Revealed: 6 Hidden Secrets Of The Great Wall Of China20 Completely Unexpected Facts About ‘The Big Bang Theory’Meet The World’s Most Striking Animals HereThese Are The Best Stargazing Locations You Can Find On EarthThis 1982 Movie Is Better Than Any Other Blockbuster Up Today Loading… center_img The 30-year-old must now decide if he wants to continue playing for the club he has supported as a child, or if he prefers the financial security of his Shenhua contract. His loan deal expires on May 31, but that may be extended by FIFA depending on if and when the existing Premier League season is concluded. read also:FIFA’s ruling: Man Utd will keep Ighalo until end of the season Ighalo recently claimed that he was enjoying his time at United and was open to staying permanently, if a deal could be agreed. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 last_img read more

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UEFA Women’s Euro Quarter-final Preview: Will Austria’s Fairytale Run Continue

first_imgWith about a week to the end of the UEFA Women’s EURO in the Netherlands, the stage is now set for the knockout rounds in which no team would have a second chance.Holders Germany, Denmark, Netherlands (hosts) , Sweden, Austria, Spain, England and France are the only teams left in the spotlight as the tournament gets even more intense with its air of unpredictability.Of course it might seem ridiculous to think that Denmark will serve fans an upset against Germany in today’s second quarter final – the Germans do not only reign supreme in the Women’s EURO as a whole, but also in their 21 meetings with the Danes, having 12 wins to their name and leading 44-17 in goals.However, Steffi Jones charges have been far from convincing in the Netherlands especially in front of goal and they have had to depend on penalties for three of their four goals so far.In the earlier quarter final of today, a sold-out crowd is expected to witness if the Netherlands can progress to the semi finals of the Women’s EURO for a second time in three appearances. The Dutch side have not lacked the immense home advantage that comes with being hosts and they won all their group games as a show of gratitude. Now, Sweden – who finished second to Germany in Group B – stand in the Netherlands way of taking the next big step on home soil.Austria are definitely the surprise package of the tournament. Who would have thought the newbies would beat favourites France to the top of Group C.And their fans are already hoping for a semi-final place considering that Spain – their last eight opponents – only managed to squeeze themselves through with three points.That match on Sunday will be followed by the big encounter between England and France. The Lionesses have roared their way to this stage in emphatic fashion, scoring the highest number of goals (10) and conceding just one. While France on the other hand have huffed and puffed with one win and two draws.However, in this tie England will be looking to beat France for the first time since 1974.So much to look forward to in the quarter finals of the Women’s EURO in the Netherlands. And the show starts tonight!FIXTURES:July 29Netherlands vs Sweden – 18:00Germany vs Denmark – 20:45July 30Austria vs Spain – 18:00England vs France – 20:45 Relatedlast_img read more

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