Man United to battle for Onana with Chelsea as the Red Devils are looking for David De Gea’s successor. They will face stiff competition from their Premier League rivals Chelsea, who have been extensively monitoring him, but are yet to make an official bid. The Blues have discussed a couple of swap deals with Inter that do not interest them. The Nerazzurri want a cash deal that would help them to balance their books and fund other deals.
Manchester United are searching for the right keeper that would settle in Ten Hag’s system. The Dutch manager wants a keeper that is better in his distribution and can help his defenders to play out from the back. De Gea struggles on the ball and has restricted Ten Hag to implement his style of play as United are forced to go long under pressure. Meanwhile, Onana has transformed Inter in their build-up phase as he helps to beat the press with ease. Also, his accurate passes help Inter to progress up the pitch in no time.
Man United to battle for Onana as they seek De Gea’s successor
The Nerazzurri are open to selling their Champions League hero if they get a lucrative offer on the table. According to reports, an offer over €70 million would do the trick, and Inter would encourage a bidding war. Chelsea have been in the race to sign him, but the Red Devils could hijack the deal. The former Ajax manager Erik Ten Hag has a good relationship with Onana, and he could convince him to come to Old Trafford.
Inter Milan are searching for other keepers that can replace Onana if he leaves this summer. David Raya is one of the candidates, who had a brilliant season with Brentford. Empoli’s Guglielmo Vicario is another option and could come for a low price.