Man United have offered Inter Milan €50m plus add-ons to sign goalkeeper Andre Onana as they inch towards completing a deal.

This according to Italian broadcaster SportMediaset, via FCInterNews, who report that the Red Devils have made their bid for the 27-year-old, and that they are getting very close to an offer that the Nerazzurri would accept.

Premier League giants Manchester United are targeting Onana as a replacement for David De Gea.

United haven’t been the only English club following the Cameroonian. Chelsea have also been considering a swoop.

However, it looks to be United who have decided to make a big push to sign Onana.

The former Ajax man won’t come cheap. Inter reportedly are demanding a fee in the region of €50-60 million to consider a deal for the player who they had signed to make the long-term successor captain Samir Handanovic in goal.

However, Mediaset report, United aren’t put off by Inter’s asking price.

The Premier League team are prepared to offer €50 million plus add-ons. This should take them very close to where they need to be to have their offer accepted.

Man United Inching Towards Signing Inter UCL Hero Andre Onana

United are pushing to get the deal for Onana done soon.

Mediaset report that Red Devils coach Erik Ten Hag has been a decisive influence in the process. The Dutch coach worked with Onana for several seasons at Ajax.

Moreover, the broadcaster reports that the contacts between United and Onana’s representatives have gone well.

The Cameroonian may have only joined Inter on a free transfer last summer. However, his performances in his first campaign fro the Nerazzurri have really caught the eye.

Onana has made a total of forty appearances for Inter across his first season at the club. This has seen him displace club captain Samir Handanovic as the first-choice option in goal.

Thee 27-year-old’s performances in the Champions League have particularly won him admirers.

Accordingly, it’s looking more and more likely that the Nerazzurri will cash in on Onana this summer.