Former Super Eagles striker, Odion Ighalo has confirmed his exit from Manchester United which he joined in January 2020.
Ighalo who shared on social media revealed that his time at the club was a life-long dream fulfilled.
“It’s so hard to see this dream come to an end,” the former Watford striker who joined United from Chinese Super League side Shanghai Shenhua on the final day of the January 2020 transfer window posted on his Instagram handle.
“But I give God the glory for helping me fulfill this life long dream of putting on a Manchester United shirt as a player and represent this great club, it was indeed an honor I will forever cherish and be grateful for.”
Ighalo who scored five goals in 23 games in all competitions for the Red Devils was also thankful to the club manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer for believing in him even as he lauded his teammates for making his time at United exciting and full of fun.
“And I pray we win the LEAGUE and FA cup this year,” Ighalo added, a few days after the side beat bitter rivals Liverpool to advance to the next stage of the FA Cup.
“To the best fans in the world ( the Manchester United fans ) we have missed you, but we hear your voices cheering us on from afar, we can’t wait to have you all back on the stands.
“I’m still and would remain a MANCHESTER UNITED FAN forever. Once a Red, always a Red. Thank you @manchesterunited and God bless.”