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Fabrizio Romano confirms the amount Manchester United will have to pay to sign Onana

André Onana signing would be a priority for Erik ten Hag

By Liam Styles

André Onana signing would be a priority for Erik ten Hag
André Onana signing would be a priority for Erik ten Hag
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Since the end of the 2022-2023 season, Erik ten Hag would have communicated to the Manchester United board his intention to strengthen the team for the next campaign and, according to various media, a priority would be to bring a new goalkeeper to Old Trafford who could replace David de Gea or generate competition for the starting position.


Several names emerged as candidates to join United, but finally it seems that Erik ten Hag would have decided for a player he knows very well because he coached him during his time as Ajax coach. André Onana is very close to becoming Manchester United's new goalkeeper.

In that sense, several reports assure that there is a total agreement between André Onana and Manchester United in personal terms, but it is still necessary that the directives agree on the transfer price that the Red Devils will have to pay to Inter to sign Onana.

Inter have reportedly asked Manchester United for 60 million euros to sign Onana. Manchester United would have offered 45 at the beginning and now they would have raised the offer to 50 million plus 5 million in variables, hoping that the Italian club accepts, because according to journalist Fabrizio Romano it could be a reasonable price for Inter.


If Fabrizio says so...

When journalist Fabrizio Romano releases information, most of the time it comes true as he is one of the most reliable when it comes to transfers. That is why Manchester United fans are very excited about the possible arrival of André Onana, although that could also lead to the definitive departure of David de Gea, a United legend.

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