Inter Milan are expecting Man United to make an official offer to sign goalkeeper Andre Onana very shortly.

This according to SportItalia transfer market expert Alfredo Pedulla, who reported live on air moments ago via FCInterNews that the Nerazzurri will hold out for a bid of €60 million for the Cameroonian international.

Man United have made clear that they want Onana.

The Red Devils’ pursuit of Onana is coming to a head. All of Inter, United, and the player concerned want things to be clarified sooner rather than later.

According to Pedulla, Inter believe that United’s offer is not far away now.

They know that the Premier League giants are serious about signing the 27-year-old. They’re just waiting to see whether the offer will be high enough to get a deal done or not.

Pedulla: Inter Milan To Hold Out For €60M For Onana

According to Pedulla, Inter will be inflexible in their asking price for Onana.

He reports that Nerazzurri CEO Beppe Marotta wants an offer of €60 million for the goalkeeper. If United don’t reach this amount, a deal would be very unlikely.

According to Pedulla, Marotta’s intention is to make three big sales this summer – that of Onana, and also Marcelo Brozovic and Robin Gosens.

The Nerazzurri CEO wants to then reinvest around €80-90 million of that in the transfer market.

The aim will be to hand coach Simone Inzaghi a strong squad for the start of next season whilst self-financing any signings.

The sale of keeper Onana would unquestionably be the largest of the bunch. Cashing in on the Cameroonian could be a key piece of the Nerazzurri’s summer transfer business.

However, for that reason they are not offering any discounts.

If Inter are to part ways with Onana, they will hold out for a large enough fee to finance significant incoming business.