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Manchester United finalise agreement with Inter Milan for Andre Onana



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Manchester United have agreed on terms with Inter Milan for the signing of André Onana as Erik ten Hag’s second summer signing.

Manchester United are said to have finalised an agreement with Inter Milan for André Onana, who will replace David de Gea as Erik ten Hag‘s first-choice goalkeeper next season.

This is according to Italian journalist Alfredo Pedulla – who has been the first to almost every piece of news in this saga. Pedulla has claimed that the transfer is a ‘done deal’ with a fixed fee of around £43 million with an additional £3.4m in add-ons.

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This has been further backed up by Fabrizio Romano, who has explained that the deal is complete.

Officially, United will still need to agree on personal terms, successfully secure Onana a work visa, and complete a medical before Onana can be announced as a Manchester United player.

Reportedly, Onana has already agreed on a 5-year contract worth £5.5/6m per annum, and a work visa should not be an issue considering his achievements across European football already.

With Onana’s signing almost finished, it is expected that United will next turn their attention to completing the signing of Rasmus Højlund from Atalanta, although there seems to be a vast difference between the valuation of the player by each club.

United are also reportedly after Fiorentina’s Sofyan Amrabat as Ten Hag looks to replace the likely outgoings of Fred and Donny van de Beek.

This agreement comes as no surprise, with UtdDistrict confirming on Thursday evening that the two clubs had agreed on a fee for the player.