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    Nigerian striker rejects deal with Man United, gives reason

    Nigerian striker, Mipo Odubeko, has rejected a two-year contract augmentation offer from Manchester United.

    As indicated by Daily Mail, the adolescent would not sign another arrangement with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side subsequent to accepting enthusiasm from Bayern Munich, Newcastle United, Feyenoord, Genoa and Burnley.

    The paper is revealing that Odubeko has decided to leave the Red Devils in this present summer's exchange window in an offer to get progressively standard playing time.

    Odubeko joined Man United from Premier League champions, Manchester City in 2016.

    The young person scored 35 objectives for Man United's childhood groups last season.

    He likewise scored an objective on his presentation in the Man United's U18 Premier League against Blackburn Rovers in February this year.

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