Inter Milan expect to wrap up a deal to sell goalkeeper Andre Onana to Man United by some time tomorrow.

This according to SportItalia transfer market expert Alfredo Pedulla, who reports in a tweet that the Nerazzurri will hold a conference call with the Red Devils later, and that they expect to reach the final agreement for tomorrow.

As of now, Onana is still an Inter player. However, the feeling is that that won’t be the case for much longer.

On Monday, Onana’s reportedly representatives met with United. They worked out terms on a five-year contract for the 27-year-old former Ajax keeper to make the move to Old Trafford.

Now, it is up to Inter and United to find a decisive agreement.

So far, Inter have rejected the offers that the Red Devils have made.

The Nerazzurri have reportedly been holding out for around €60 million to sell Onana. Meanwhile, United’s offer has reportedly not gone beyond €50 million thus far, including all add-ons.

However, Inter are motivated to reach an agreement just as much as United are. The Nerazzurri should be willing to accept an offer worth around €50 million plus significant add-ons.

Inter Milan Preparing For New Andre Onana Talks With Man United

According to Pedulla, the Nerazzurri will hold another conference call with United soon.

The aim of this will be to finally get talks over the line.

Pedulla reports that a figure of just over €50 million should be enough to seal an agreement between the two clubs.

With that in hand, there will be nothing more left to do. The clubs can shake hands on an agreement, and then Onana will complete his move to Old Trafford.

According to Pedulla, Inter’s expectation is that tomorrow will see the negotiations conclude.

Then, over the weekend, the player can wrap up the transfer.