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This Inter Milan warning to Onana worries Manchester United

Erik Ten Hag can't believe what happened with his top target 

By Liam Styles

Erik Ten Hag can't believe what happened with his top target 
Erik Ten Hag can't believe what happened with his top target 
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Manchester United coach Erik Ten Hag is totally determined to improve the level of his current squad and give the next step in his project at the club. After having completed the arrival of Mason Mount from Chelsea, who has been introduced to the fans in the last few hours. Ten Hag is ready to pull the trigger on his second signing.

In this sense, Manchester United have initiated the negotiations for Andre Onana from Inter Milan. The Cameroonian goalkeeper is a top target for Erik Ten Hag, who is pushing the club to do everything to sign the player, who was already coached by the Dutchman at Ajax, and is willing to join the Ten Hag project at Manchester United.

However, at this moment the negotiations between Inter Milan and the Mancunian club are stalled, as the Italian institution has surprisingly decided to ask for €60 million for their player, while Manchester United's initial bid is €45 million plus €5 million in bonuses.

Manchester United expects the player’s willingness can drive to an agreement

Inter Milan officers are losing their patience with Manchester United and the negotiation is in danger at this moment. Erik Ten Hag is pushing the Red Devils to increase their offer while Onana is pushing Inter to accept the Manchester United offer. However, despite the player’s willingness Inter Milan has sent a strong message to Onana and Manchester United which worries the English club.

According to the Italian media, the Inter’s officers commented that the current proposals for the player are not at the level they expect and they would like to keep Onana with them, as the goalkeeper is a key player at Inter. This message has turned on the alarms at United, who could be close to making a new bid in the next few days, as Erik Ten Hag still insists to get the player.

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