United claimed their biggest away win since 1999 thanks to goals from Dalot, Harry Maguire, Jesse Lingard, Phil Jones, Martial and Mason Greenwood.
The report further adds that along with Ighalo, Manchester United are also looking at Leicester City's Islam Slimani, who is now on loan at AS Monaco, as another potential candidate to help them push for a top-four finish in the second half of the campaign.
In another change to the competition, the round will be played in midweek, in the first week of March.
Diogo Dalot admits it has been a "tough journey" at Manchester United.
He added: "That's what the winter break is about and then another competition tells us it's not that important, so we had to make these decisions before because the boys have family".
According to reports, Solskjaer said that the match against Tranmere was a tricky one as everyone wanted them to lose the game, adding that the players were under pressure but came out on top to beat the League one team.
Editorial Cartoonist - "Take her out"
He added that he "wouldn't have been" calling for Yovanovitch's removal unless someone such as Giuliani was present at the dinner. Ok? "As a former law enforcement officer, that line usually comes out of the mouths of gangsters or mobsters or gang members".
The statistics (courtesy of transfermarkt.com) are likely to anger Red Devils fans even more after fans protested the Glazer family during Wednesday night's 0-2 loss to Burnley.
Backup goalkeeper Adrian was arguably Liverpool's best player, producing some great saves especially from Shaun Whalley in the first half. The anti-Glazers campaign was such that a few supporters went on to create a new club FC United of Manchester that has given impressive results in the non-league matches so far.
Johnson won it in 2008 with unlikely champions Portsmouth, while Sheringham scored in the 1999 final to help Manchester United to victory.
West Ham, who made their first-ever appearance in a Women's FA Cup final past year, will not be reliving the cup fairytale this season after losing 2-0 to Arsenal at home, while an Ellen White double against rivals United helped holders Manchester City remain on track for a repeat visit to Wembley in May.
"It would be nice to give Ole the time to do that as we know he loves the club, he understands how it works and what it takes to succeed there".
United fans are reportedly planning a mass strike during Premier League wolves clash to express their anger over the club's ownership. He slammed Jose Mourinho and Louis van Gaal stating that it was a skill to look at yourself in the mirror sometimes and not just blame others.