Tottenham Hotspur have joined Chelsea and Manchester United in tracking Inter Milan goalkeeper André Onana, have learned.

By: Lorenzo Lepore and Nima Tavallaey Roodsari

The race to sign Inter’s Cameroon goalkeeper André Onana is heating up. Tottenham are the latest club to join the list of clubs interested in the former Ajax goalkeeper.

Chelsea have long been an admirer of Onana, as reported last month. The Blues still lead the race to sign the player.

However, the Blues must meet Inter’s demands. As previously reported, the Nerazzurri have made it clear they will only accept cash for André Onana.

Therefore, Chelsea’s idea of offering Spanish goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga or Senegal international Edouard Mendy plus clash isn’t deemed acceptable by Inter.

Tottenham Enquire About André Onana As Chelsea To Make Move can now report that Tottenham have enquired about André Onana. The Cameroon stopper’s performances in the Champions League has impressed many clubs across Europe, including Spurs.

Meanwhile, Chelsea have been waiting to unveil new coach Mauricio Pocchettino before making their next move.

Now that the former Spurs coach is officially the new Chelsea manager, the Blues will accelerate for the Cameroon goalkeeper, SempreInter have learned.

Meanwhile, Barcelona have cooled down their interest in the Inter Milan goalkeeper in recent weeks, can report.

Onana started out in Inter Milan and Barcelona legend Samuel Eto’o’s academy before joining Barcelona in 2010 at the age of 14.

Furthermore, Manchester United are still keen on Inter’s Champions League hero. However, Erik ten Hag’s side are yet to turn that interest into concrete action.

Inter are open to selling Onana after just one season. This is due to any transfer fee Inter receive for Onana can be registered as capital gains on the Nerazzurri balance sheet.

This as André Onana signed for Inter last summer on a free transfer last summer.

However, Inter Milan CEO Beppe Marotta will not let André Onana go for anything other than cash. The Nerazzurri are hoping for a bidding war for their Cameroon star to maximize the profit from any sale.