Inter Milan want a fee of €60 million to sell goalkeeper Andre Onana amid Man United interest, but could agree a deal for €50 million.

This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Corriere della Sera, via FCInterNews.

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.

According to the Corriere della Sera, Inter have placed a price tag of €60 million on Onana’s head. However, the newspaper suggests, the Nerazzurri could agree a deal at a lower fee.

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According to the Corriere della Sera, Onana is a player who Inter would be ready to cash in on.

The Nerazzurri will not sell the Cameroonian at a cut-price fee. However, at the same time they will not demand such a high fee as to completely ward off offers for the goalkeeper.

Inter don’t want the negotiations to drag on for too long.

If the Nerazzurri are to sell Onana, they’ll want to wrap up a deal in a timely manner. The aim would be to avoid a transfer saga like that of Milan Skriniar last summer.

Last time around, Inter indicated to Paris Saint-Germain that Slovakian international defender Skriniar was for sale.

However, PSG’s initial offers to Inter weren’t high enough for the Nerazzurri’s liking. In the end, Inter decided to keep hold of Skriniar.

However, now the Nerazzurri are losing Skriniar on a free transfer after the 28-year-old rejected a contract extension offer.

Twelve months later, they are trying to replace the Slovakian anyway. With Onana, they’ll want the process to be much quicker and smoother if it happens.