Man United’s opening proposal for Andre Onana was £38.5 million (€45 million), but Inter Milan values the goalkeeper at £51 million (€60 million); the clubs are negotiating a contract; the 27-year-old former Cameroon international joined Inter on a five-year agreement from Ajax last summer.
Manchester United and Inter Milan are getting closer to an agreement for goalkeeper Andre Onana, according to Sky Sports News.
After Inter refused to bend on their £51 million (€60 million) asking price, it is believed that conversations about a fee compromise have been quite constructive.
Personal terms are not expected to be an issue, and all sides remain eager to complete the transfer after United’s original approach of £38.5 million (€45 million) was rejected.
According to sources close to the player, both parties want to strike an agreement before Onana reports for Inter’s pre-season on July 13.
Onana has stated his desire to join Manchester United and rejoin with his former Ajax boss, Erik ten Hag, who is driving the transfer for the 27-year-old.
United are still looking into signing Japanese goalkeeper Zion Suzuki from Urawa Red Diamonds after David De Gea confirmed his departure after failing to agree terms on a new contract.