Nigerian striker Odion Ighalo commits to Al Wehda, extends stay in Saudi Pro League

Nigerian striker Odion Ighalo commits to Al Wehda, extends stay in Saudi Pro league

Nigerian striker Odion Ighalo is all set to extend his stay in the lucrative Saudi Pro League with a move to Al Wehda.

After successful spells with Al-Shabab and Al-Hilal, where he scored an impressive 52 goals in 71 games, Ighalo is ready to continue his goal-scoring prowess with Al Wehda.

The 34-year-old forward has signed a two-year deal with the club after passing his medical examination.

Having previously played in top European leagues with clubs like Granada, Udinese, Manchester United, and Watford, Ighalo brings a proven track record of international goal-scoring to Al Wehda.

Currently struggling in the relegation zone, Al Wehda aims to improve their position in the Saudi Pro League, and Ighalo’s signing demonstrates their ambition.

As a popular figure in Saudi Arabia, known for his trademark eagle celebration, Ighalo’s arrival will surely be welcomed by the passionate Al Wehda fans.

With the influx of players from mainstream European leagues to Saudi Arabia this season, the competition in the league is heating up, and Ighalo’s presence will undoubtedly make an impact.

Overall, it’s an exciting move for Ighalo and Al Wehda, and fans can look forward to witnessing his goal-scoring prowess and contribution to the club’s ambitions in the Saudi Pro League this season.

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