Man United goalkeeper Andre Onana still feels that the Inter Milan fans are “like a family” to him.

The Cameroonian spoke to Italian broadcaster DAZN, via FCInterNews, while attending the Nerazzurri’s Serie A match against Cagliari yesterday evening.

Onana was at the San Siro yesterday evening.

It was certainly a familiar stadium for the former Ajax goalkeeper.

Onana may have only spent one season as an Inter player. But he left his mark on the club, particularly with his outstanding performances in the Champions League.

And conversely, the Nerazzurri also left a big impression on Onana.

The Cameroonian made the move to Manchester United last summer.

There is no disguising the fact that this transfer was the result of Inter needing to bring in cash with big money player sales.

But that does not mean that Onana has lost his feeling of connection to the Nerazzurri.

Man United Keeper Onana: Inter Still “Like A Family”

Onana remarked, “I salute the Inter fans.”

“For me, they’re like a family,” the 28-year-old continued. “I’m very happy to be here.”

“Hello, and a warm embrace to all the Nerazzurri fans. We’ve always been united.”

“I’m here to give strength and congratulate the team,” Onana went on.

“I won’t be able to be here for next week,” the former Inter keeper said of the Nerazzurri’s derby clash with AC Milan next Monday, in which they could clinch the Serie A title.

“But I took advantage of having a free day today, to be here for an historic moment. I’m very happy for the team, they deserve this.”

Asked if he has any regrets about his move last summer, Onana replied “No.”

“I’m happy with where I am,” the Manchester United keeper said.

“But I’m happy for Inter. They’re a fantastic team, great teammates and a brilliant coach.”

“This is an emotional moment for me,” said Onana of coming back to the San Siro. “When I think about everything we went through last season.., it’s great to be here.”

“I said hi to everyone,” Onana added. “Denzel [Dumfries], [Stefan] de Vrij – they’re great guys!”