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“A test of true love”, “We’ll take Werner then” – Fresh report has got lots of MUFC fans talking

Shanghai Shenhua are offering Manchester United loanee Odion Ighalo a two-year contract extension that will be worth £400,000-a-week, according to Sky Sports.

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It is suggested that they want to reward him for his form at Old Trafford, with the proposed deal set to keep him at the Chinese Super League club until 2024, but he is said to be waiting to see if he receives a permanent offer from United before making his decision.

The report has got plenty of United fans talking about whether or not they think the Nigeria international will choose to stay with them.

BBC Sport have previously reported how Ighalo being able to play for the Red Devils is allowing him to live out his “dream”.

The 30-year-old has made a positive impact since coming in, recording four goals and an assist from just three starts and five substitute appearances across all competitions.

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Fans are hoping that he can stick around past the current season to add to what he has already achieved in his short time at the club.

While there is hope from many that he will stay, there are also those fans who believe that amount of money will simply be too much for the striker to turn down.

Loyalty isn’t exactly the most common trait in football in the modern day, with a plethora of players following their wallets, so Ighalo wouldn’t be blamed too much for doing the same.

One fan has suggested that if United do miss out on Ighalo, they should go for RB Leipzig striker Timo Werner, who United are set to battle for, as reported by The Evening Standard.

Meanwhile, Marcus Rashford sent a message to one of United’s big transfer targets.

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