Manchester United’s initial offer for Inter goalkeeper André Onana is expected to be at €45 million plus bonuses.
Alfredo Pedulla has reported that if a convincing offer arrives for Inter’s Onana, the Cameroonian will leave the Nerazzurri and join United. The first offer is expected to be made by the Red Devils, with the journalist tweeting that it will be at an initial €45 million plus bonuses of €5 million to €6 million but that will not be enough for Inter.
The Nerazzurri want a fee of a total of €60 million to part ways with the player and they want an initial guarantee of €50 million and bonuses that take the fee to the desired €50 million. The bonuses have to be easily achievable.
The money earned from the sale will finance the move for Romelu Lukaku, with Marcelo Brozovic’s sale expected to fund the arrival for Davide Frattesi, who has a verbal agreement with Inter already.
Kaustubh Pandey | GIFN