Onana: Inter Milan want €60M for Man united Target, but deal could be done for €50M.
Inter Milan wants €60 million to trade goalkeeper Andre Onana to Manchester United, although a deal for €50 million is possible.
This is according to the print version of the Milan-based newspaper Corriere della Sera, as reported by FCInterNews.
Manchester United are interested in signing Onana as a substitute for David De Gea.
United aren’t the only English team keeping tabs on the Cameroonian. Chelsea is also exploring a move.
However, it appears like United will make a significant push to sign Onana.
The former Ajax player will not be cheap.
According to the Corriere della Sera, Inter has slapped a €60 million price tag on Onana’s head. The Nerazzurri, though, might agree to a smaller cost, according to the publication.
Inter is open to offers for UCL hero Andre Onana.
According to the Corriere della Sera, Inter would be willing to cash in on Onana.
The Nerazzurri will not sell the Cameroonian at a bargain price. However, they will not want such a large sum that it absolutely deters offers for the goalie.
Inter does not want the discussions to last too long.
If the Nerazzurri are to sell Onana, they must do it as soon as possible. The goal is to prevent a transfer fiasco similar to that of Milan Skriniar last summer.
Inter had informed Paris Saint-Germain that Slovakian international defender Skriniar was for sale.
However, PSG’s early proposals to Inter were not substantial enough to satisfy the Nerazzurri. Inter ultimately elected to keep Skriniar.
Skriniar, though, is leaving the Nerazzurri on a free transfer after rejecting a contract extension offer.
Onana to Manchester United?
Manchester United will pay 60 million euros for goalkeeper Andre Onana, plus incentives.
According to journalist Alfredo Pedulla, these are Inter’s requests.
According to the source, the Milan club is willing to sell the 27-year-old Cameroonian for 45-48 million if he can easily obtain incentives worth 12-15 million.
Manchester United had previously offered Onan 50 million euros plus incentives.