Watford striker, Odion Ighalo has said that he could consider a move to Manchester United should the Premier League giants come for him in the January transfer window.
Ighalo has been a subject of heated transfer speculations after his 14 goals in the EPL, but his modest Watford has warned off buyers, insisting he is not “for sale under any circumstances”.
The former Lyn Oslo of Norway forward despite pledging his allegiance to the Hornets amid offers being dangled before him said he will not say no to United if they come calling.
Ighalo, however, in a radio interview on Monday Ighalo said: “I’m happy at Watford, I’m enjoying my football there and I have a five-year contract.
“I have also heard the speculations about Atletico Madrid and Roma, but I have played in both Italy and Spain, and I now want to play in England.
“Only God knows what will happen, but I don’t think I will move in January. But would I say no to Manchester United if they come calling?”