Manchester United are a bit relaxed for now in connection with the future of Odion Ighalo in the club according to Sky Sports reporter James Cooper.

Ighalo who joined United on a six months loan deal from Shanghai Shenhua in January and has scored four times in his first eight appearances for the Red Devils in all competition.

As it stands, the Nigeria international might return to his parent club at the end of the season, scheduled to resume next month which been suspended since the coronavirus outbreak in February, but the Red Devils are allegedly keen to extend the agreement to potentially cover the remainder of the 2019-20 season.

According to Cooper, the fact that Marcus Rashford has now overcome a back injury means Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side are not panicking or worried over potentially losing their talented Nigerian striker Ighalo at this stage.

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" As far as Ighalo goes, I think there is a relaxed mood from Manchester United," said Cooper " The facts of the matter are that his contract comes to end next week Friday, May 31.

" There is a will from Manchester United to keep the player, I think equally Shanghai Shenhua would like the player back in China playing for them.

" The relaxed attitude that comes from Manchester United, is that Marcus Rashford is now fit and so there is less need for Ighalo. But I think all things being equal United would like to keep him."

Ighalo's personal trainer recently claimed that the striker wanted to finish his career at Old Trafford.

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