Inter Milan Confirm Man United Interest In Signing £40m Andre Onana (Details)

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Inter Milan’s CEO Beppe Marotta has now confirmed that Manchester United are ready to sign goalkeeper Andre Onana, MySportDab reports. 

Erik ten Hag wants to bring in a new goalkeeper for the Red Devils after the club’s first signing of the window, Mason Mount.

David de Gea is now out of contract at Manchester United but could still be resigned by the club.

Ten Hag disapproved the sale of third goalkeeper Tom Heaton on Thursday to avoid starting next season with only one fully-fit keeper, as Dean Henderson is still injured.

But Inter are open to selling the club’s first-choice goalkeeper and they are now awaiting the first move from United.

Speaking at the Gran Gala, Inter Milan President, Marotta shared details of Man United’s interest in the player.

When asked about Onana’s future, he said: ‘Manchester United expressed a particular interest, but they need to make an offer within the next few days.

‘After that, Inter and the player will make a careful evaluation.’

Marotta also revealed but that ‘there is still no official bid from Manchester United right now.

Onana signed for Inter from Ajax as a free agent last summer, replacing No 1 Samir Handanovic.

As such, Onana could help Inter raise funds in their bid to sign other players like Trevoh Chalobah, and striker Romelu Lukaku.

Man United representatives have met with the player’s agent Albert Botinesto to discuss the transfer.

Erik Ten Hag is a massive fan of Onana’s skills playing out from the back, which de Gea struggled with this season.

De Gea was set to sign a new deal at Old Trafford with a significant cut on his £375,000-per-week wages.

However, Manchester United withdrew their offer in the last moment.

Man United have also considered other alternatives such as Brentford’s David Raya and Anderlecht Bart Verbruggen.

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