Odion Ighalo

Manchester United

Market/IS Price:

1.36

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Age:

31

Position:

Forward

Country:

Nigeria

31

FICR

38

POTR

06/08/2020

Top 5 PB:

203, 109, 46, 41, 35

PB Average:

62

PB Scores over 200:

1

PB Scores over 250:

1

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Player Review

Odion Ighalo is a center forward for Manchester United. Ighalo has earned a total of £0.68 in media dividends this season due to signing for Manchester United in January 2020. Ighalo has extended his loan contract and will remain at Manchester United until January 2021. Ighalo has strong attacking awareness and shoots frequently, but he lacks game time and is unlikely to play full games often. Ighalo has earned £0.08 in match day dividends, but this was by scoring a 203 which is not particularly high given this was against LASK where Ighalo scored the GWG and provided an assist. Ighalo has a chance of earning media dividends in the future, but if Jadon Sancho signs for Manchester United, this could limit Ighalo's game time even further as Greenwood would be likely to rotate with Martial more frequently to leave space on the right wing for Sancho. Overall, Ighalo's potential of earning dividends is mostly limited to occassionally earning media dividends and due to a lack of game time, he appears unlikely to earn match day dividends often in the future.

Written on:

06/08/2020

1 Year Price Graph

Price Analysis

Odion Ighalo's price started the season at £0.17. Ighalo increased an enormous amount (More than any other player on Football Index) up to a peak price of £2.16 due to earning media dividends following his Manchester United transfer. Since then, Ighalo's price has dropped considerably, down to a current market price of £1.36 and he currently has no instant sell price due to a lack of bids. Ighalo appears massively overpriced at his current market price as his price had become hugely inflated due to temporarily earning plenty of media dividends. Ighalo is unlikely to earn so much in media dividends in the future and he appears unlikely to earn match day dividends often. As Ighalo's dividend returns have now dried up, so has the demand for him as his price was purely built up on traders buying into him to earn media dividends in the short term. Overall, Ighalo is a very risky hold at his current market price, but demand for him could increase in the future if he is possible to earn media dividends again.

Written on:

06/08/2020

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