According to sources, Andre Onana has agreed to a contract worth more than £5.15 million per year, or £31 million over the next six years.
According to today’s edition of La Gazzetta Dello Sport (news image below), the Cameroonian shot-stopper will travel to Manchester today to undertake medical tests with Manchester United.
Inter Milan will be paid more than 50 million euros (with add-ons), which is a huge sum considering the player was attracted to a Bosman last year.
In terms of contract terms, Onana has agreed to a deal that will more than quadruple his present wage at the San Siro.
It is reported that he would join Manchester United ‘today’ on a five-year contract with a sixth-year option, earning more than 6 million euros per season. The contract would be worth more than £31 million in total.
Inter wants Yan Sommer, who has already agreed to join the Nerazzurri this summer, to replace the former Ajax goalkeeper.
United have already strengthened their midfield by adding Mason Mount, and Onana will be an excellent addition to the No. 1 GK position.
Erik ten Hag must now focus on sealing a deal to bring in a top-tier striker after attracting the African. The Red Devils have yet to replace famous goal scorers like as Cavani and Ronaldo.