According to Sky Sports Italy, it’s “just a matter of time” for Andre Onana to come to MU. Inter Milan want to earn 60 million euros from the goalkeeper who only joined them last summer, in the form of transfer free.
However, the above source and also the Telegraaf (Netherlands) newspaper said that MU is on the way to reaching an agreement for a fee of 55 million euros with Inter Milan, including additional terms.
The Serie A representative is currently looking for replacement targets for Andre Onana and also wants to quickly sell the Cameroon goalkeeper before July 13, when they start the pre-season.
MU Negotiate the Onana deal following the steps as signed by Mason Mount from Chelseagoing from a low price (knowing to be rejected), then increasing and finally closing at a price in good faith.
Specifically, the first offer MU asked to buy Onana 40 million euros with an additional 5 million euros. The new negotiations are said to increase to 52 million euros including surcharges and the number they have reached an agreement with Inter Milan is being announced as 55 million euros.
Personal terms with Onana weren’t an issue as he soon agreed to deals with a supposed five-year contract, potentially on a four-year option plus the option to renew for 12 months.
Earlier sources also confirmed, Erik ten Hag called Andre Onana, also his former student at Ajax, to ensure the deal would happen. He also made it clear to the leader of the Red Devils that he wanted a 27-year-old goalkeeper in the US tour, in which the first match took place on July 20.
Erik ten Hag identified Andre Onana as the number 1 goalkeeper of MU next season, replacing De Gea, who limited his footwork and expired on June 30, making it difficult for both sides to sign a new one.
Andre Onana stood out in the Inter Milan wooden frame last season, including the journey to the Champions League final, playing 41 matches in all competitions, conceding 36 goals.