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Ighalo’s Manchester Loan Deal may be made Permanent for £15m

Odion Ighalo’s loan deal with Manchester United is likely to be extended to June 30th despite ending May 31st due to the shutdown caused by the coronavirus pandemic.

Ighalo’s parent club, Chinese Super League side Shanghai Shenhua, expect the player to return after his loan stay at Old Trafford finishes.

According to the Mail, Manchester United are set to secure Odion Ighalo on a permanent deal for £15m!

The Nigerian’s loan initially covered United’s last potential game of the season – the Europa League final on 27 May – but the 2019-20 season now looks likely to extend into the summer.

 

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Player Wakes from Coma After 2 Years

After 2 years, 8 months and 19 days, Abdelhak Nouri has woken from a coma.

The confirmed that the former-Ajax midfielder has regained consciousness as he can now eat and sit in a wheelchair.

His brother told the Dutch press: “He is no longer in a coma. He’s awake. He sneezes, he eats and gives us signals with his eyebrows. But he doesn’t get out of bed. He is very dependent on us.”

The 22 year old midfielder collapsed in a match vs Werder Bremen on July 8th 2017.

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Messi: Cristiano Ronaldo is the Best Ever (Video)

FIFA’s Player of the Year for five times and European Golden Shoe winner for top scorer for six times, Lionel Messi has said Cristiano Ronaldo is the best ever for him.

Messi said Ronaldo is an inspiration and his long time rival.

Ronaldo on his part acknowledged Messi as being great and says he wants to play with him before he retires but it is difficult.

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