Manchester United are reportedly working to complete a move for Inter Milan goalkeeper Andre Onana within the next two days.
According to earlier Italian sources, Inter sporting director Piero Ausilo has already spoken with Red Devils director David Harrison about the 27-year-old’s potential transfer.
Now, Gazzetta dello Sport states that Ausilo plans to sit down with United chiefs and Onana’s entourage in the next ’48 hours’ to put the final touches on a deal.
Manchester United have been in lengthy negotiations with keeper David de Gea but soon after the 32-year-old had agreed a drastic reduction on his current £375,000 per week wages, United backed out of the agreed proposal, reports The Athletic.
According to the newspaper, a reduced contract offer has been made to the Spanish player at a time when Onana is allegedly a target for Erik ten Hag’s team.
Onana, who is a custodian who prefers to play the ball more than De Gea, is under contract with Inter until 2027.
That means he will not leave on the cheap, with reports suggesting he may cost at least €50 million (£43m/$55m).