Inter Milan could be forced to sell Andre Onana if they do not manage to finish in the top four at the end of the season. The Nerazzurri will have to make a big sale in the summer transfer window to compensate for the Champions League revenue. Inter have to generate profits in the summer to balance their books, and will have to sell a key player if they do not get the revenue for qualifying for the Champions League. Dumfries was on the list to make way, but the top European clubs are keen on Onana.
The Nerazzurri are going through a rough patch and have had a huge downfall in Serie A. They were comfortably sitting at the second spot, just behind Napoli. But now they have fallen down to the sixth spot. Juve are now back up, which makes makes it tougher for Inter to return to the top four. The Nerazzurri are a couple of points behind their city rivals AC Milan. While, Chelsea and Man United are monitoring Onana’s situation after his eye-catching performances in the Champions League.
Inter could sell Onana as Man United and Chelsea are keen
Dumfries was on many Premier League clubs’ radar in January. But Onana’s performance in the Champions League knockout stages have attracted the attention of top clubs. The Cameroonian keeper played a huge role against Benfica and FC Porto. He made crucial saves to keep Inter in the game and was excellent at building up from the back to initiate attacks. United are looking for a keeper that can help them in their build-up, and distribute the ball efficiently.
The Nerazzurri will get more profit by cashing in on Onana. But they will have to look for a potential replacement for him. Inter Milan will demand more than €40 million for the former Ajax keeper.