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It will make De Gea cry, what Ten Hag said to Onana sentences the future of the Spanish goalkeeper

De Gea can’t believe this tremendous lack of respect 

By Liam Styles

De Gea can’t believe this tremendous lack of respect 
De Gea can’t believe this tremendous lack of respect 
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Erik Ten Hag is totally determined to improve his team during this summer transfer window despite the inconveniences the club is suffering. The Dutchman knows that a step ahead should be given next season and to achieve that goal Manchester United should perform a great transfer market by signing players whose versatility and quality could increase the level of the current squad.

One of the areas Ten Hag wants to improve is the goal, as the Dutchman was never totally convinced of De Gea abilities on the pitch. Ten Hag desires to have a goalkeeper with ‘good feet’, that is to say, consistent enough with the ball on his feet and able to get the ball played from the goal to help the team to break low blocks through the positional play, qualities which Ten Hag hasn’t found on De Gea.

Ten Hag has a name in mind to fit the profile of goalkeeper he desires, and it is Andre Onana from Inter Milan, a player who already was under Ten Hag management at Ajax and whom the Dutchman knows very well. Manchester United had initiated talks for the player in the last few days, but the negotiation was slowed down by the UEFA Financial Fair Play Regulations, which avoid Manchester United making big investments unless they sell some players before.

Ten Hag is totally determined to complete the move

Despite the pause suffered in the negotiations between Manchester United and Inter Milan, Erik Ten Hag hasn’t slowed down his desire of signing Onana, and according to the British media the Dutchman has already informed the Cameroonian player that Manchester United will do everything to sign him this summer. The news will sadden De Gea, as it means the Ex United goalkeeper would never have been considered by Erik Ten Hag. 

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