Inter Milan aren’t yet satisfied with the offer Man United have made for Andre Onana, but could wrap up the deal tomorrow.

This according to Italian news outlet, who report that the Red Devils have made a bid of €50 million plus €5 million in add-ons, but that the Nerazzurri are still holding out for a bit more before they’ll shake hands on a deal to sell the 27-year-old.

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.

Today, there was a further call between Inter and United. The two clubs are aiming to have an agreement over the line by tomorrow.

United want to get moving with the transfer this weekend so they can have Onana in the squad for their preseason tour of the US.

However, they have yet to secure Inter’s agreement, reports the Gazzetta.

Inter Milan Still Holding Out For Larger Offer From Man United For Onana

According to the Gazzetta, Inter are still sticking to their asking price of €60 million. Therefore, the €50 million offer, containing €5 million in add-ons, that United have tabled is not enough.

Nevertheless, the Gazzetta suggests, a deal is still likely. And moreover, it should come soon.

Inter and United are still in intense talks for Onana. The Nerazzurri are expecting another, improved bid soon.

United are very much keen to get moving with the deal and won’t likely want to dawdle.

Accordingly, the Gazzetta reports, an agreement could still arrive tomorrow.

However, the clubs still have work to do on the fee if they are to close the deal, the newspaper reports.