Manchester United have made their first offer for Inter goalkeeper André Onana but it has been rejected by the Nerazzurri.
Alfredo Pedulla, who has reported a fair bit about United’s chase of Onana, has stated that United’s bid for the Cameroonian has now finally arrived. They offered €40 million plus bonuses of €5 million but Inter don’t consider that to be a fair price for the goalkeeper.
They want a base offer of €50 million and easily achievable bonuses of €10 million to sell the player. Contacts between the two clubs will continue, with United already having been linked with potential alternatives such as Feyenoord’s Justin Bijlow.
Inter haven’t put up a formal deadline for the move but they prefer business being done by the 20th of July and the same will apply in this case, with United soon expected to continue making progress in their saga and potentially come close to meeting the asking price.
Kaustubh Pandey | GIFN