Man Utd agree £115,000-a-week deal, will accelerate move in next few hours

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Manchester United must buy a top custodian after confirming the departure of club great David De Gea, and they are working hard to entice Andre Onana.

According to media reports, the personal terms deal is finalised, but the payment with Inter Milan still needs to be worked out.

Onana has chosen Man United and reached an agreement with the Red Devils that will pay him 7 million euros each season, or roughly £115,000 per week, according to Alfredo Pedulla, who made the announcement a short time ago.

According to reports, Man United must offer the Nerazzurri close to 60 million euros (with add-ons) as the asking price in order to persuade them to sell.

Man Utd is anticipated to move quickly to complete the signing in the coming hours.

Inter has simultaneously selected Sommer and Trubin to bolster the goalkeeping unit, but they first want to complete the move of Onana to Old Trafford.

Saha, a former United striker, believes the former Ajax player would fit in into Ten Hag’s system. He declared:

“I have no doubt that he’s going to revolutionise the squad at Manchester United, as he was able to play in a very strictly structured Inter Milan team and was still able to do so with his forward-thinking,” the author said.

The Cameroonian shot stopper at the San Siro will be replaced, according to La Gazzetta Dello Sport, by Swiss international Sommer.

According to the reputable media site, Onana will be missed by all of Inter. The 27-year-old might end up joining Manchester United tomorrow.

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