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Manchester United desperate to get Andre Onana from Inter Milan

Replacing Andre Onana will prove to be a formidable task. Since, he is a highly valuable asset. However, Inter Milan may find some solace in the fact that Manchester United is closing in on Erik ten Hag’s primary goalkeeper target. Football experts around the world see this as an extraordinary move.

There are several financial difficulties faced by the club. Thus, a profit of £42 million on a player who joined the San Siro for free just a year ago is a significant and commendable achievement. Such a substantial return is indeed praiseworthy.

Ex Inter midfielder Fausto Pizzi talked about how valuable Andre Onana is for Inter. He said:

“Onana is perfect for this Inter. He is very good with his long and short passes, and it would be a shame to lose him. I can understand that, at the corporate level, it is an absurd capital gain. But it will be very difficult to replace him.”

Why is Inter desperate to offload their irreplacable Andre Onana?

Inter Milan is facing pressure to offload at least one of their key players in order to alleviate their Financial Fair Play (FFP) concerns. Finding a replacement for Andre Onana will be challenging as his exceptional reflexes and precise distribution are hard to replicate. But the sale of the Cameroon international is still a remarkable move from a financial standpoint. The club’s decision to part ways with Andre Onana reflects their commitment to addressing their FFP situation.

Both Inter director Piero Ausilio and Onana’s agent traveled to Manchester to engage in negotiations with the Red Devils. The Champions League runners-up are not to impede the 27-year-old goalkeeper’s departure. Since, Manchester United will double his current weekly wages of £50,000 at Old Trafford, as reported by The Standard.

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