Former Manchester United striker Odion Ighalo has accomplished a transfer to Saudi Arabian Professional League membership Al Shabab.
The 31-year-old, whose mortgage spell at Outdated Trafford ended lately, proved to be a helpful back-up participant for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer throughout his year-long stint on the Premier League aspect.
Ighalo has left Chinese language outfit Shanghai Shenhua after agreeing a two-and-a-half-year take care of the six-time Saudi champions.
“Regardless of curiosity from different golf equipment, this can be a good transfer for the participant as a result of Al Shabab confirmed ambition and dedication of their efforts to signal him,” Ighalo’s representatives advised BBC Sport Africa shortly earlier than the deal was made official.”
Ighalo took to social media to precise his delight at his newest transfer, attaching a montage video of his unveiling with the message ‘New chapter’.
He adopted up by posting two photos with membership officers, commenting: “We transfer @AlShababSaudiFC.”
The Nigerian, who sealed a dream transfer on mortgage to the Crimson Devils final season, scored 5 objectives in 23 appearances for them.
The 31-year-old is best identified for his spell at Watford, the place he scored 40 objectives in 100 appearances.