Report: Ighalo on the radar of four Premier League clubs

Report: Ighalo on the radar of four Premier League clubs

Following a successful first season at Changchun Yatai in the CSL and his contributions to Nigeria emerging the first team to qualify for the World Cup 2018 in Russia, Super Eagles forward, Odion Jude Ighalo is wanted by a number of English Premier League clubs again.

Ighalo stood out in his first season in China where he scored 15 goals and assisted four times for Changchun Yatai after moving in a whopping 20 million pounds deal last season from the London-based club, Watford.

Clubs reportedly interested in him include Everton, WestHam United, Southampton and Stoke City.

Though the former Udinese of Italy attacker still has two more years on his contract with Changchun, According to AOIFootball, it is left to see if he would love to move back to England in January.

Ighalo’s family lives in London and the player had to endure living alone in China all season without his family.

In other related news, Sammy Ameobi has been voted Bolton Wanderers’ KIA Player of the Month for October 2017 by the club’s supporters.

The statement reads on Bolton’s website: “Having made his return from injury in late-September, the Whites forward scored three times to return with a bang as Bolton went unbeaten throughout October.

“Marking his second home debut for the club with a goal in the Trotters’ 2-1 victory over Sheffield Wednesday, Ameobi was also on the score-sheet in away draws with Fulham and Sunderland.

“Supporters voted for the award on with the forward claiming 69.3% of the vote to clinch victory ahead of Gary Madine and Karl Henry in second and third respectively.

“Meanwhile, fan Hannah Dobie has won hospitality in the Platinum Suite by voting, where she’ll present Ameobi with his accolade at an upcoming Wanderers home game of her choice.”

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