After speculations coming around the star about a transfer To European clubs, there were rumors that Partizan Belgrade had prepared an offer for Downs Striker in the amount of R8,5 million. These rumors originated in Serbia.
However, that transfer to the giants of the Serbian SuperLiga did not occur because Ighodaro was subsequently loaned out to Chippa.
On Wednesday, the 21-year-old made his debut for the club against Royal AM. He started the game and played for 70 minutes before being replaced by Diego Appollis.
This website has been informed that Sundowns have decided to keep Ighodaro on their books due to the plans that they have revolving around him. The reason for this decision was given in the previous sentence.
It was reported that inquiries and an offer for Ighodaro (the amount of which was not specified) were made, but the club determined that they did not fit in with their future plans.
"Sundowns want to have long-term competent cover in every position, which is why they are loaning out players that they feel they still need rather than selling them. The reason for this is that Sundowns want to have long-term competent cover in every position."
According to a source, "Whatever the offer was, any other club in South Africa could have taken it because they are not a selling club." However, Sundowns did not accept the offer because they are not a selling club.
Andrija Pavlovic, a forward from Serbia, has joined Partizan on a free transfer after playing for Brondby IF in Denmark. Another attacker, Fousseni Diabate, has also joined Partizan on a free transfer after playing for Brondby IF.
The transfer dealings of the club have been kept to a minimum up to this point, with the club shelling out less than six million rand for new players.
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