Manchester United has made a significant move in the transfer market by securing a deal with Inter to sign goalkeeper Andre Onana. The transfer, worth a staggering €50 million, is expected to be completed after the player’s medical examination.
With this signing, Onana will replace the club’s current No. 1 goalkeeper, David De Gea. Manchester United fans are eagerly anticipating the arrival of the talented shot-stopper, who could potentially join the squad for the preseason tour of the United States.
The arrival of Onana means that Dean Henderson will be allowed to make a permanent move to Nottingham Forest. Henderson spent the last season on loan at Forest and is expected to finalize a £20 million deal to join the club permanently. This move will provide him with more playing time and opportunities to further develop his skills.
Interestingly, Onana has previously worked with Manchester United’s new manager, Erik ten Hag, during their time at Ajax Amsterdam. Their successful partnership is expected to strengthen the bond between the coach and the player, which could potentially have a positive impact on the team’s performance.
Onana’s signing marks the second acquisition by Manchester United this summer, following the arrival of midfielder Mason Mount from Chelsea. With this transfer, the club aims to fill the void left by the departure of De Gea, who recently left the club on a free transfer after an impressive 12-year stint.
The news of Onana’s impending arrival has generated excitement and anticipation among Manchester United supporters. As the team prepares for the upcoming season, fans are hopeful that the new signings will contribute significantly to the club’s success and bring about positive change on the pitch.
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