Ighalo could be about to become a Manchester United cult hero

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With Anthony Martial missing Manchester United's Europa League game against LASK, the Nigerian could be key for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer
When Odion Ighalo’s name started filtering through on January transfer deadline day - with just a few hours until the window closed - many questioned what Manchester United was thinking.
Former professionals and pundits slammed the decision to bring in the former Watford striker on loan until the end of the season and debated why a 30-year-old, who had not played a minute of football for nearly eight weeks and had been plying his trade in China since 2017, was making a move to Old Trafford.
The move was viewed inside the club as a necessary transfer that made sense to try and fill the void left by Marcus Rashford, who is sidelined with a back injury, as United try to secure a top-four place in the Premier League and progress in the cup competitions. The thinking was that a six-month loan move represented good value for a player with Premier League experience and the forward is already proving his worth.

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