Ahead of his potenial move to Manchester United, Inter goalkeeper André Onana met officials from the English side today.
Gianluca di Marzio has reported that an agreement between the two clubs is edging closer even though there is no agreement over a fee. United’s offer is still at €50 million including add-ons and while Inter want €60 million, the deal will close at €55 million and that is what United’s next offer will be at.
Onana met officials from the Red Devils today and the key topic of discussion was personal terms and the goalkeeper’s potential contract at Old Trafford.
Alfredo Pedulla also expects an agreement to be reached for a similar fee, but he expects contacts between the two clubs continue over the weekend and an agreement to be reached by the beginning of next week. Inter are currently waiting for United to make a new offer, so that both parties can come to a final agreement for the 27-year-old.
Kaustubh Pandey | GIFN