Inter Milan will sell goalkeeper Andre Onana to Man United to a fee of around €55 million.

This according to Italian broadcaster Sky Sport Italia, via FCInterNews, who report that the deal is right on the verge of being done, and that the total fee that the Premier League club pay will likely be in the region of €53-55 million when all is said and done.

Onana is still an Inter player. However, this is not likely to be the case for much longer.

The Nerazzurri could reportedly wrap up a deal to sell the 27-year-old to Manchester United tomorrow.

Then it shouldn’t be very long at all before the player completes the transfer. United want the Cameroonian to be part of their preseason tour of the US.

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.

Inter Milan & Man United To Agree Fee For Onana Around €55M

So far, United have not made Inter an offer high enough to get a deal done.

However, the Red Devils are ready to make their next bid. And according to Sky, the amount that will be necessary to finally break the Nerazzurri’s resistance is around €53-55 million.

United are ready to offer this soon.

Then, Onana will make the move and Inter will bring in the fee, which they’ll reinvest in the transfer market.

Inter & Chelsea Still In Lukaku Talks

Meanwhile, Sky also report that Inter and Chelsea’s negotiations for a sale of Blues striker Romelu Lukaku are ongoing.

According to Sky, the clubs still have work to do. But they are trying.

Meanwhile, the broadcaster also reports that the player’s will could be decisive.

If Lukaku thinks of accepting another destination, then Chelsea will prefer to sell him to Juventus or Al-Hilal.