Chelsea and Man United are both keen on signing Andre Onana, and Inter Milan could listen to offers of €50 million.

This according to today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Corriere dello Sport, via FCInterNews, who report that the two Premier League giants would not necessarily be warned off pursuing the Cameroonian by Nerazzurri CEO Beppe Marotta’s insistence that he is not for sale.

Onana has certainly enjoyed a fruitful first season in an Inter shirt.

Whilst the Cameroonian took a couple months to get settle in after joining from Ajax last summer, he’s been undisputed first-choice ever since.

The 27-year-old has particularly been a key player in the Champions League. Onana has kept clean sheets in five out of six knockout matches in Europe’s top club competition.

These have included some truly outstanding saves in key moments against Porto and Benfica.

Chelsea & Man United Want Champions League Hero Andre Onana

Onana’s form for Inter has not gone unnoticed.

The Corriere report that Chelsea remain very keen. The Blues are set to sign a goalkeeper this summer, and have even reportedly offered Inter Kepa Arrizabalaga as part of a deal for Onana.

Meanwhile, another big Premier League club also want Onana, in the form of Manchester United.

The Corriere report that the Red Devils are very keen on the 27-year-old. He could be their long-term replacement for David De Gea in goal.

United could look to reunite Onana with his former Ajax coach Erik Ten Hag.

For their part, Inter have zero intention of selling Onana. The Cameroonian has been vital this season, and the Nerazzurri see him as an important piece of the puzzle for the future.

Inter CEO Beppe Marotta has explicitly stated that he doesn’t consider Onana to be for sale.

However, the Corriere report, that stance could be softened by the right offer.

According to the newspaper, Inter would start to consider a sale of Onana at an offer of €40-50 million.