Manchester United striker, Odion Ighalo, has said he would stroll off the pitch in the event that he is racially manhandled again in his vocation.
Talking with Sky Sports, Ighalo uncovered he was classified “a wide range of names” by a restriction player while playing in China.
As per the 30-year-old who is on credit from Shanghai Shenhua, he announced the maltreatment to the Chinese FA, yet no move was made.
Ighalo, who called for “equity to be done” after George Floyd’s passing in the US, has said he would be prepared to make further move should he be exposed to supremacist misuse while playing.
“In the event that it transpires I would report it to the official and see what they do, yet on the off chance that they don’t make a move about it, at that point I’m going to stroll off on the grounds that it ought not be done to any player or anybody on the planet.
“In one game in China I got called a wide range of names and after the game, I didn’t shake his hand. I strolled straight into the changing area, I was irate, I detailed it to the FA,” he said.