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Wednesday, July 15, 2020

“We’re taking over Mike Ashley again” – The transfer report has many Newcastle fans

With the club about to take over, of course, Newcastle has been connected with a multitude of players in recent weeks, with names such as Edinson Cavani and Philippe Coutinho being banned.

But according to a Sky Sports report, the Magpies focus on an attacker who is currently pursuing his profession in the Premier League: Odion Ighalo.

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It is suggested that the Nigerian – who is currently on loan to Manchester United – is of interest to Newcastle in the event that their proposed acquisition is completed this summer, although he also claims that his parent club, Shanghai Shenhua, has he expects to return to them in time for the start of the new Chinese Super League season in July.

But after hearing about their club’s interest in Ighalo, Newcastle fans turned to Twitter to voice their opinion on the situation.

Some Newcastle fans seemed so stunned by the connections to Ighalo that they admitted that they would rather have Salomon Rondon back.

From Cavani to Ighalo. Quite the step back in quality.

Would you take Odion Ighalo this summer?

Yup

No

No

While the latter certainly enjoyed relatively well in his short spell at Old Trafford – he scored four times in just eight games for the club – he doesn’t say much about Newcastle’s alleged ambition if they targeted an attacker who is currently 30. and only one last day of deadline to sign United.

The Magpies may wish to reassess their interest in Watford’s ex-man.

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