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André Onana opens up on Inter Milan visit, asked about Man United “regrets”



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Manchester United goalkeeper André Onana visited his former club Inter Milan on the weekend to watch their 2-2 draw against Cagliari.

Onana, 27, made the move from Milan to Manchester in the last summer transfer window. United signed the goalkeeper to replace the departed David de Gea.

After a difficult start at Old Trafford, the Cameroon international has since become a key player for United in a difficult spell.

Meanwhile, his former club, Inter, are looking likely to win the scudetto this term, with the Italia team sitting 14 points ahead of second-placed AC Milan in the Serie A table.

Inter will be able to make their 20th league title official in the coming weeks, but with the Premier League and FA Cup games coming up, Onana made the trip to watch his old team on the weekend.

“That’s why I came here,” said Onana, who was interviewed before kick-off.

“I won’t be able to be here next week, so I came today to congratulate them. It’s a historic moment for Inter, and I am really happy for the team, which has worked incredibly well this season. I hope they continue to win in the next few years.”

The United goalkeeper’s visit made some people suggest that he was regretting his move to Old Trafford. United sit seventh in the Premier League table.

“I am happy where I am,” expressed Onana. “But I am really happy for Inter, a fantastic team with amazing players and an excellent coach. It’s thrilling to think about what we achieved together last season.

“Inter is a family for me, I love the fans. I wish them all the best. Regrets? No, I’m happy at Manchester United. But I’m so happy for Inter, the club is incredible, and this team is fantastic.”