Super Eagles striker Odion Ighalo has joined Saudi Arabian side Al Hilal from rival Al Shabab on a one-and-a-half-year deal.
The 32-year-old after leaving Manchester United last year where he featured in 12 Premier League games, made a return to the Saudi Arabian League and was impressive for Al Shabab.
Last season, the striker played 30 games for Al Shabab and netted an incredible 20 goals for the Saudi Arabian giants.
According to the photo Ighalo posted on his twitter account, the Super Eagles star stated clearly that it was a pleasure to play for Al Shabab.
Saudi Arabian club Al Shabab had refused to release Ighalo for AFCON, the major reason the Nigerian striker did not travel to Cameroon for the competition.
Super Eagles of Nigeria under Augustine Eguavoen won their first three games at the AFCON before losing to Tunisia in the knockout stage of the African Cup of Nations.