Wednesday, September 27

According to the search results from various sources, there is an agreement between Manchester United and Inter Milan for the transfer of goalkeeper Andre Onana. The deal is reported to be worth up to £47.2 million. Personal terms are not expected to be an issue, and Onana is keen on the move. Manchester United wants Onana to join them for at least part of their US tour, which ends on July 31.

Once the contracts are formally signed, Onana will join the rest of the squad in the US for United’s pre-season tour. The squad is scheduled to fly out later this week after their pre-season game against Lyon at Murrayfield in Edinburgh.

The agreement between Manchester United and Inter Milan includes an initial fee of €51 million (£43.9 million) with an additional €4 million (£3.4 million) in potential add-ons based on individual and club performance. It is mentioned that Onana has expressed his intention to move to Old Trafford and reunite with his former Ajax manager, Erik ten Hag, who is driving the move for the 27-year-old goalkeeper.

Furthermore, Manchester United is reportedly exploring the signing of Japanese goalkeeper Zion Suzuki from Urawa Red Diamonds as a potential replacement for David De Gea, who failed to agree on new contract terms and announced his exit on a free transfer earlier this month.

Overall, it seems that Manchester United and Inter Milan have reached an agreement for the transfer of Andre Onana, subject to formalities, and the player is expected to join Manchester United in the near future. The deal is seen as a significant move for Inter Milan, as they signed Onana for free last summer and are now selling him for a substantial fee.

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