EPL: I don’t have one regret – Ighalo opens up on Man Utd exit


Al Hilal striker, Odion Ighalo, has said he does not have any regrets about leaving Manchester United.

Ighalo played for a year at Old Trafford across two loan deals.

During his spell with United, the 32-year-old netted five times for the Red Devils.

In doing this, Ighalo became the first Nigerian footballer to play for Manchester United, even taking a pay cut to move to the club he’d supported since childhood.

“The atmosphere in Old Trafford is different. It is a big club. If you’re not inside, you don’t know how big the club is. It is a massive, massive, massive club.

“So, I thank God I played for the biggest club in the world, it’s an achievement for me and when you say, “what I should do better?”. I think I did everything I should do. I worked hard, I scored a few goals and I’m happy.

“I don’t have one regret, I have zero regrets for my time at Manchester United. They are still my team till today and I’m going to support that team to death.

“Even when they are struggling, I will still support them because it is Red Devils all the way,” Ighalo told ESPN.

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