Man United still have not made Inter Milan an offer for Andre Onana that would convince the Nerazzurri to sell.

This according to Sky Sport Italia transfer market expert Gianluca Di Marzio, who reported live on air via FCInterNews that the Red Devils must offer Inter at least €50 million plus add-ons if they’re to convince them to sell Onana.

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. Di Marzio confirms widespread reports that Inter will not consider any offers below €50 million.

The Nerazzurri will only consider a sale of their goalkeeper if a bid of €50 million arrives.

Accordingly, the situation looks to be quite simple regarding United’s chase of Onana.

If the Premier League giants make an offer that crosses that threshold then Inter will sell the 27-year-old. On the other hand, if they do not do so then they Nerazzurri would have zero intention of considering a sale.

Man United Still Haven’t Made Large Enough Offer For Andre Onana

According to Di Marzio, Inter have not received any word of an offer from United.

The Nerazzurri continue to wait and see what the Premier League side will do. However, as things stand, no bid has comes in.

United are looking at Onana as a potential replacement for longtime first-choice keeper David De Gea.

However, it remains to be seen whether the Spaniard will even leave Old Trafford or not. De Gea’s current contract with United runs out at the end of this month.

The 32-year-old hasn’t yet signed an extension, but still could.