Inter Milan and Man United are separated by around €10 million between demand and offer for goalkeeper Andre Onana.

This according to today’s print edition of Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport, via FCInterNews, who report that the Nerazzurri will accept no less than €50 million as a fee for the 27-year-old, whilst the Red Devils are currently ready to offer €40 million.

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 Milan & Man United Still Have Distance To Make Up In Andre Onana Talks

According to Tuttosport, United still have to increase their offer if they’re to convince Inter.

The Nerazzurri have made their stance clear. They will listen to offers for Onana, but will not sell the Cameroonian for anything they see as a cut-price fee.

Therefore, Inter are still not convinced by a €40 million bid from United.

The Red Devils must reach at the very least €50 million if they’re to make a deal for Onana.

Man United Not Totally Convinced To Go For Onana

According to Tuttosport, the latest rumours are that United could pull out of the race for Onana.

The newspaper report that the rumours from England are that the Red Devils are still hoping to agree a new contract with current Number One David De Gea.

They are reportedly targeting 23-year-old New England Revolution keeper Dorde Petrovic as a backup option to De Gea.

United could decide against making a massive investment in Onana as replacement for the Spaniard. Rather than reuniting Onana and coach Erik Ten Hag, they could have another go with De Gea.