Inter Milan have put an asking price of €70 million on Man United and Chelsea linked goalkeeper Andre Onana.
This according to Italian news outlet Gazzetta.it, who report that the Nerazzurri have made their asking price clear for Onana as the two Premier League giants think about a move for this summer transfer window.
As the summer window starts to kick into gear, the interest in Inter keeper Onana is starting to emerge.
Man United Mulling Over Bid For Andre Onana
Man United are interested in the Cameroonian. Reportedly the Red Devils are considering their next move, and Inter are waiting to see whether they make a serious offer.
The Red Devils could go for a goalkeeper this summer, and are virtually certain to do so if David De Geat leaves.
However, the Gazzetta report, the position is not necessarily a priority for United.
The Premier League giants are still looking for an out-and-out centre-forward. A true Number Nine is not really something that the Red Devils’ squad can boast at the moment.
Accordingly, the priority at Old Trafford may be to invest in a striker rather than a goalkeeper.
However, Inter will certainly not offer any discounts. The Nerazzurri have made clear that they won’t do a deal unless it’s for a fee of at least €60-70 million.
Chelsea Could Get Back In The Race For Onana
The Gazzetta report that Chelsea are also thinking about reigniting their interest in signing Inter keeper Onana.
Particularly in the event that Edouard Mendy leaves, the Londoners will probably sign a goalkeeper. Onana remains one of their main targets in the position.
However, the Blues are also interested in AC Milan’s Mike Maignan and Valencia’s Giorgi Mamardashvili.
In any event, Inter have made their stance clear. The Nerazzurri could listen to offers, but they would expect a massive fee for their goalkeeper.