Transfer: Ighalo in talks with two Saudi Arabian clubs
Odion Ighalo is in talks with two Saudi Arabian clubs over a proposed move this summer.
Ighalo’s contract was not renewed by former Saudi Arabia Professional League champions Al Hilal after it expired last month.
According to Sky Sports, Al Khaleej and Al Hazim have established contact with the forward’s representatives.
Al Khaleej barely escaped relegation last season, while Al Hazim won promotion to the top flight last term.
Ighalo has a fantastic reputation in Saudi Arabia after finishing as the top scorer in the league two seasons ago.
He also scored 19 goals for Al Hilal last season.
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