Inter and Manchester United are set to meet to talk about a move involving goalkeeper André Onana later today.
It has been reported that United are expected to reach an agreement with Inter for Onana at some point, with the Nerazzurri already hunting for replacements. They currently want one young goalkeeper and one experienced goalkeeper.
Fabrizio Biasin has now reported that a meeting between the two clubs is set to happen today. During that, Inter will ask for a fee of €50 million plus bonuses from the Red Devils.
This is fairly similar to what La Gazzetta dello Sport had reported earlier today, as they also expect the first formal meeting between the two clubs to take place today and they expect an agreement of a similar amount to be reached either today or in the next few days. Onana is said to have already given an approval to a move and things look positive for United.
Kaustubh Pandey | GIFN