Odion Ighalo former Nigerian forward has been positioned second-most wealthy African footballer under the age 30 in the English Premier League.
The raking was made by The Sunday Times, set Mohammad Salah of Egypt as the richest U-30 African player in the EPL.
Gareth Bale tops the list of the under 30s with total assets and worth of £114m, trailed by Anthony Joshua who is the only non-footballer on the rundown.
Ighalo was assessed to have £18m riches while Mo Salah has expected earnings of £19m total assets.
On the general positioning, the Manchester United striker placed close to Aaron Ramsey (Juventus), Danny Welbeck (Watford), and Jack Wilshere (West Ham).
The striker is assessed to have a faltering £18m riches with his significant £300,000 seven days wage at his parent club Shanghai Shenhua.
Newsmen reports that Odion Ighalo will be 31 years of age in June and his loan deal at United is expected to end on May 31 with the club holding the alternative to make the arrangement lasting by signing a permanent deal.
As per reports, United is contributing £130,000 seven days towards the former Watford striker’s wages.
While anticipating the extension of contract at United, the Nigerian player has allegedly been offered an arrangement worth £400,000 a week by Shanghai Shenhua.
Since joining the club on loan in January, Ighalo has scored four goals in eight appearances in all rivalries.