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After De Gea's departure, this player approaches United and is not Onana

Ten Hag will finally have his top target  

By Liam Styles

Ten Hag will finally have his top target  
Ten Hag will finally have his top target  
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Manchester United coach Erik Ten Hag is ready to receive a new arrival to continue adding important pieces to his team. After the signing of Mason Mount, the Dutchman has several names in his plans and negotiations seem to have advanced in the last few hours, while Manchester United had already said goodbye to David De Gea as main goalkeeper in the Mancunian institution.

In this sense, the farewell of the Spanish player, means the farewell of a Manchester United legend, who has been able to complete 540 games with the Red Devils, having overtaking a Peter Schmeichel record of the most clean sheets in history after 12 years of career with the Mancunian club. The farewell of De Gea leaves the place to new men who could be close to arriving to the club soon.

In the last few hours, Manchester United have accelerated in the negotiations for the next signings. The preseason of the team starts next July 19 against Leeds and Erik Ten Hag will push the club to have several key additions to the team before that date. In this sense, an agreement with Inter Milan could be close for the goalkeeper Andre Onana, with whom Erik Ten Hag and Manchester United have already agreed the conditions on his contract and his role in the team. However, another Ten Hag target could be even closer to arrive at the club.

This player has already agreed personal terms with Manchester United

According to the Italian journalist Fabrizio Romano, the Danish striker Rasmus Højlund would be very close to completing his transfer from Atlanta to Manchester United, as the player has already agreed personal terms with the Red Devils. Given that, it is time for Manchester United and the Italian team to get an agreement on the transfer price, which finally could be close to £50 million and the player's arrival is expected to be completed next week.  

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