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Odion Ighalo's China move is good one- Gernot Rohr

Super Eagles technical adviser, Gernot Rohr, says Odion Ighalo is still in his list.Ighalo recently left English Premier League side, Watford for Chinese CSL, side, Changchun Yatai.

The former Watford frontman who is a key member of the Nigeria Senior men’s team, joins John Obi Mikel, who left Chelsea earlier for Tiajin Teda.

But the Franco-German who is in Gabon monitoring the ongoing African Cup of Nations told Own Goal that Ighalo made the right move.

Rohr said, “He wasn’t getting games at Watford, In China he will play and be match fit aside the chance to earn more for himself and his family.

“We understand his dilemma, so he is very much in our plans.”

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