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‘He’s Joining’: Fabrizio Romano Reveals Manchester United Will Sign ‘Exceptional’ Star ‘Very Soon’

Manchester United are likely to complete another summer signing, this time of a player regarded as "exceptional."

Fabrizio Romano Confirms ‘Exceptional’ Star’s Transfer to Manchester United

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Andre Onana Will Join United

Throughout the summer, Manchester United has been connected with Inter Milan goalkeeper Andre Onana. The Red Devils’ pursuit of the Cameroonian appears to be over, with Fabrizio Romano confirming “he’s joining.” According to the update, the transaction will be finalized sooner rather than later, with Romano noting that just “formal things and small details” remain to be agreed upon before Onana officially comes to Old Trafford.

Romano appears to be optimistic that the transaction will be completed soon, as he stated in another tweet that Onana will be joining Manchester United “very soon.” According to a further report from Gazzetta dello Sport, Erik ten Hag personally called the Inter star to notify him that the trade will be completed in “record time.”

Andre Onana’s Qualities at Manchester United

The Red Devils will pay the rumored fee of £47 million to sign Onana. He will take over for David de Gea, who just left Old Trafford after 12 years with the club. After playing under Ten Hag at Ajax, the Cameroonian international will join Manchester United knowing exactly what is expected of him.

Onana had an outstanding 2022/23 season, assisting Inter Milan in reaching the Champions League final. He is well-known for his passing abilities and all-around distribution, which will be crucial in Ten Hag’s team’s ability to build attacks from defense.

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