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André Onana promises he is ready to improve his performances with Man United

Manchester United keeper is ready to show his true value with the team.

By Angus Barnes

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The red devils are looking to get some better results in the current season, and the keeper could be key to do that in the next part of the season.

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Manchester United office is concerned about the fact that the red devils keeper has to get some better results as this could really help the team in the next part of the season. Erik ten Hag seems to be keen on his idea that Onana is the right keeper for the team, and right now the keeper is ready to prove the manager and the fans that he actually is.

"I spoke to many people when I joined this club. Some of them, players past and present, fans, said to me: 'André, there are players who need years to settle in. Some don’t; some take six months'." André Onana started, as he seems to be ready to prove his value with the team. On top of this the keeper situation is a concern now that Bayindir wants to leave them.

Onana then added, "I've learnt so much [since joining Man United]. Last year, when I was at Inter [Milan], I thought I'd already learnt it all. But then you realise in football that there's room for improvement." as he seems to be ready to show that he could key for the team as the starting keeper for the next seasons.

"The first six months were tough because I was in a new country, and I had to change everything. But I always try to look at the positives because that six-month period was one of the best for me in terms of learning." Onana ended, and the fact is that sources close to the team are also ready to show the new version of the keeper to the fans now.

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André Onana role

André Onana role is set to be the starting keeper, and Ten Hag seems to be ready to put him in every single game, as he also has the need to justify the fact that the red devils paid almost 60 million euros to secure his arrival.

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