Premier League giants Manchester United are now set to sign Inter goalkeeper André Onana this summer.
In what has been a long saga that initially also involved Chelsea, United seem to have finally got their man. Alfredo Pedulla confirms that the Red Devils have agreed a fee of €50 million plus bonuses of €4 million for the Cameroonian, which is much less than how much Inter initially wanted. It is now a done deal.
Alfredo Pedulla had expected that United’s agreement for the 27-year-old will be in the region of a base fee of around €48 million to €50 million and that seems to be the case, with the total fee including bonuses to be less than €55 million.
Personal terms between United and Onana are not expected to be a problem and Erik ten Hag was keen on having the goalkeeper as part of the squad, having worked with him at Ajax. The medical for the move will be done soon, as the keeper was intent on flying to Manchester as quickly as possible, with Gianluca di Marzio stating that he could be in Manchester tomorrow or on Tuesday.
Kaustubh Pandey | GIFN