Chinese Super League side Shanghai SIPG are reported to have renewed interest in Watfords Nigerian Striker Odion Ighalo.
The Nigerian international is subject of interest from Shenhua who view Ighalo as an ideal partner upfront for Carlos Tevez according to reports from Sky Sports.
The Chinese side who only last week signed Tevez making the Argentine the world’s highest paid player, with a £615,000-a-week contract, had a bid of £38m for Ighalo initially rejected by Watford in the summer.
However with Ighalo’s continued poor run of form, the Hornets may consider selling Nigerian international this time around.
Ighalo who was very Instrumentals to Watfords promotion to the top flight scored 15 Premier League goals last season and was the highest scorer in English football in 2015 but has managed only a measly 1 league goal this season
This is the 3rd time the 28 year old would be linked to the Chinese Super league after previously rejecting moves to Hebei China Fortune and Shanghai SIPG.
Ighalos National team Captian and Chelsea midfielder John Obi Mikel just completed a a £140,000-a-week deal to Tianjin TEDA and may inspire the Watford forward to move
Mikels former clubmate Oscar also moved to Shanghai SIPG for £60m while Belgium star Axel Witsel incredibly spurned Juventus for newly promoted Chinese Super league side Tianjin Quanjian.