PSG shock interest in Odion Ighalo

first_img Promoted ContentTop 10 Tiniest Phones Ever Made7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend BetterTop 7 Best Car Manufacturers Of All TimeThe 10 Best Secondary Education Systems In The WorldBest Car Manufacturers In The World5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks15 Action Heroes 25 Years Ago And NowWhat Happens When You Eat Eggs Every Single Day?7 Inventions Created To Start Saving The World5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksThe Highest Paid Football Players In The World7 Black Hole Facts That Will Change Your View Of The Universe Loading… The report does not make clear whether PSG will wait until Ighalo’s loan at Man Utd is over, or whether they want to interrupt that and strike a deal early. However, Foot Mercato do say that the French giants are showing signs that their interest is “concrete”. If Ighalo was to move to PSG at some point, it would be the second time in quick succession that he sealed a surprise transfer. Back in June, he admitted that even he could not have foreseen his dream move to Old Trafford. “I thought it was a joke,” he told Sky Sports News. “I was playing in Shanghai. That was against me. Would a club as a big as United be looking in China for a striker? That was against me. read also:Odion Ighalo opens up on Manchester United future “My age. That was against me. There was a pandemic in China. That was against me. I said no, this is a joke. “Later, when it got serious, I thought only when I fly to Manchester will I believe it.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 center_img Nigeria’s Odion Ighalo may soon shift his sojourn to France as Paris Saint-Germain registered their interest in Manchester United loanee striker. According to Foot Mercato, PSG have outlined Ighalo as a surprise potential target. The French champions have released Edinson Cavani, leaving them with just Mauro Icardi and Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting as out-and-out central striking options. Hence, the report claims that PSG have a “very real” interest in Ighalo. The Ligue 1 giants admire the Nigerian for his experience, quality, and affordability. Ighalo returned to the Premier League from China when joining United on loan in January. The former Watford striker has impressed in patches, scoring five goals in cup competitions. His form prompted United to extend his loan until January 2021. However, he has still not started a Premier League game for them. Ighalo’s contract with parent club Shanghai Shenhua expires in December 2021. Therefore, his price tag will start to diminish over time. That opportunity has led to PSG making their first contacts with his agents. While he is not the only target on their radar, they have opened talks with his entourage.Advertisementlast_img read more

Trojan Family praises 11th USC president

first_imgAfter two months in office, university President C.L. Max Nikias’ leadership and communication with students has received positive reviews from student leaders and administrative officials.Hands on · President C.L. Max Nikias has met with the Undergraduate Student Government to discuss students’ goals and concerns for the year. – Tim Tran | Daily Trojan Nikias took office on Aug. 3, but will be inaugurated today as the university’s 11th president.“He really cares about the experience students have at this university,” said Nehi Ogbevoen, vice president of the Undergraduate Student Government. “He understands that we are truly here for more than a degree, but this is also where we eat, sleep, network and learn outside of the classroom.”Ogbevoen said Nikias has taken the time to sit down with USG and discuss student concerns.Nikias has also been receptive to graduate students, said Graduate and Professional Student Senate President Jenny Novak.“After his appointment to office he called a meeting to meet with the GPSS Exec Board regarding our agenda for the upcoming year and our greatest concerns as graduate students,” Novak said. “I have been impressed by his accessibility and his enthusiasm for his new position.”Novak said the president has supported GPSS’ goal of providing housing for first-year graduate students, along with other projects.“We would like to work with him to expand summer funding opportunities for Ph.D. students, as well as give graduate students more teaching opportunities on campus to make us more competitive on the job market,” she said.Administrators said they have also felt that Nikias is an effective leader who is willing to connect with all members of the university.“On a personal level, his energy and enthusiasm for USC are really incredible,” said Jean Morrison, executive vice provost for academic affairs. “He understands the DNA of the university and because of that is able to lead the university to really great new places.”The president sponsored a welcome event for Ph.D. students and scholars that was an important occasion to speak to students, Morrison said.“He really gets the fundamental character of USC,” Morrison said. “We are incredibly fortunate to have Max Nikias as our new president.”At the beginning of his presidency, Nikias said one of his goals was to regularly connect with students by hosting afternoon teas, of which student leaders said they have enjoyed.“He has been more than willing to take time of his extremely busy day to sit down with us and listen to issues that we find important,” Ogbevoen said. “I love the intimate teas that he has with students, really makes us feel special. It is amazing how receptive he is with our ideas.”Jonathan Munoz-Proulx, a senior majoring in theatre, said Nikias has been influential in many aspects of the university, from engineering to arts.“I’m a huge fan of President Sample,” Munoz-Proulx. “I didn’t think it could ever get better, but Max Nikias is doing an incredible job.”last_img read more