Odion Ighalo may have to wait for some time before playing his first game for Man United
– The Nigerian striker has been told to stay away from Manchester United training ground
– This is as a result of the coronavirus which emerged in China where Ighalo last played
Manchester United new striker Odion Ighalo has been reportedly banned from entering the Red Devils training ground over fears of coronavirus disease.
Virtually all the nations in the world are currently taking precautions against the deadly disease which emanated from China.
Odion Ighalo played in the Chinese League before Manchester United went for his signature and was signed for six-month deal as replacement for injured striker Marcus Rashford.
And since he got to Old Trafford, the former Watford striker has been training hard as he gears up for his first game for Manchester United in the Premier League or Europa.
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There have been reports that Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer could give Odion Ighalo his debut for the team against Chelsea in their next game.
But going by the latest report, the Nigerian may be forced to wait for some time before he start playing for Manchester United.
According to the report on UK Sun citing Times, Odion Ighalo has not been diagnosed with the life threatening disease, but the Red Devils want him to stay away for now from AON training.
The report added that Odion Ighalo has been working and training at another training center with personal trainer since he got to Manchester United.
First case of Coronavirus is reported to have been confirmed in London as the deadly disease finally found its way to England.
Nine victims in the United Kingdom are now said to be battling for survival against the disease.
Manchester United are currently in Marbella on a training camp for the winter break without Odion Ighalo who was asked to stay back in England.
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