Manchester United midfielder Scott McTominay gives verdict on Red Devils’ new arrival Bruno Fernandes & Odion Ighalo at Old Trafford. 

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s team made two additions in the January transfer window after securing a permanent deal for Portugal international 67.2million much-anticipated transfer and 2019 Africa Cup of NationsGolden Boot winner on a five-month loan deal on Deadline Day from Shanghai Shenhua.

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Fernandes made his debut for Manchester United at the weekend during their goalless draw against Wolves at Old Trafford while former Super Eagles striker Ighalo was not registered in time for the match.However, McTominay who is currently injured hopes the club new signings will be hoping to make the difference when their side faces Chelsea in the league on Monday 17 February at Stamford Bridge as the Scottish midfielder admits he’s already impressed by the pair.

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lg.php?bannerid=0&campaignid=0&zoneid=28& utd star gives verdict on new signing ighalo fernandes&referer=http%3A%2F%2FfcnaijaHe told Sky Sports: “They are really, really nice guys. First and foremost they are good people. That’s what we need at this football club,’ Scotland international told Sky Sports.

“We need people who are good friends, obviously, who can go out for dinner for everybody as well.

“What they bring onto the pitch we have seen that, and hopefully they can bring a lot for us. First impressions are very, very good.’

Fernandes & Ighalo are expected to travel with the rest of the Manchester United squad on a warm-weather training camp at the end of the week as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side utilise the inaugural Premier League winter break to build their fitness ahead of bid for the Champions League places in the Premier League as they are currently seventh in the table, six points off Chelsea in fourth.

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