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Inter's asking price for Onana causes shudders in negotiations

Manchester United could be in trouble over Onana deal

By Harry Smith

Manchester United could be in trouble over Onana deal
Manchester United could be in trouble over Onana deal
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The saga between André Onana and Manchester United continues as the club have not been able to secure their second signing of the season, which undoubtedly puts the manager in a tricky situation as goalkeeping is one of the most important positions in football and the Red Devils have yet to find a replacement for David de Gea.

Onana has already met with club officials during the week to discuss personal terms and has also shown interest in meeting with Erik Ten Hag, his former coach at Ajax, and the two sides are in lengthy negotiations, working out the terms of the transfer, while all fans are eagerly hoping that this can be concluded in the best possible way for the club.

Inter Milan have already rejected two offers for the goalkeeper, which have seemed too low due to the value they are asking for Onana, however, Manchester United have not given up, because the Cameroonian goalkeeper is one of the main objectives that the coach would have asked for the next season, therefore, the club could submit a new offer in the next 24 hours or so, which would allow them to get the player once and for all. 

However, André Onana is still an Inter Milan player, so he will have to report to the team's training sessions, as his coach has said, so United will have to hurry if they want to have the player for the United States tour that the team has planned for mid-July.


Andre Onana deal

Manchester United have already put two offers on the table for the Cameroonian goalkeeper, both have been rejected by Inter Milan who have valued their player for around 60 million euros, so the red devils could submit an offer higher than 50 million pounds plus 5 million in bonuses, this could make the negotiation is closed, as the Italian club has shown openness to let your goalkeeper go.

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