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De Gea suffering, Man United prepared to pay for a new goalkeeper

By Liam Styles

De Gea suffering, Man United prepared to pay for a new goalkeeper

The Spanish international could leave the club soon 

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Manchester United accelerates to sign a new goalkeeper to compete with the 32-year-old David De Gea or replace him as the Spanish goalkeeper is currently at the end of his contract with the Red Devils and he hasn’t accept the club’s proposal to continue in the club; due to the uncertain role he would have in the team, according to what is said by the British media during the last few days.


The Spanish keeper rejected a lucrative offer to arrive to the Saudi Championship in early June, but now he seems likely than ever to leave the club where he has been able to engrave a new record in the Manchester United goalkeepers’ history by reaching the number of 181 clean sheets, more than any other keeper has reached in all Man United’s history.


Given the non response by the Spanish player to his proposal expiring in the next few days, Erik Ten Hag and the club have quickly started to look for new options for the Manchester United goal. In search of a new goalkeeper the Red Devils are reported to put their eyes on the Camerounian goalkeeper Andre Onana, from Inter Milan. According the Italian newspaper La Gazzetta dello Sport, Manchester United could be willing to pay €50 million plus bonuses for a player who Erik Ten Hag knows very well, as he was under the Dutchman management since 2017 to 2022.

The new keeper’s arrival to Old Trafford is imminent 


According to the latest information, Inter Milan would have given Onana a starting price that oscillates between €40 and €50 million. Despite his irregular performance throughout this season, André Onana continues to be a very well-regarded goalkeeper in English football, and this is where Inter Milan would find the perfect opportunity to find a transfer which would make the goalkeeper one of the most expensive sales in the history of the Italian team, as well as one of the first star signings for the Old Trafford team for a 2023/2024 season in which the objective will be none other than be in the fight for the Premier title.
 


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