- Inter CEO confirms Utd's interest
- Inter Will evaluate offer
- Inter want €50m for the goalkeeper
WHAT HAPPENED? Marotta further stated that if the Red Devils make a formal offer for Onana in the coming days, both the club and the player will evaluate it carefully.
WHAT THEY SAID: Speaking at the Gran Gala in Rimini, Marotta said: "Manchester United have expressed an interest (in Onana) which may or may not lead to an offer in the next few days. Once that happens, both Inter and the player will carefully assess it."
THE BIGGER PICTURE: According to Alfredo Pedulla, the Premier League giants are preparing an offer of €45 million (£38.5m/$49m) plus bonuses for the Cameroonian custodian. Inter, though, want €50m (£43m/$54.5m) as a base price along with add-ons. Once the offer comes to Inter, they will engage in negotiations with the Red Devils.
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WHAT NEXT? With David de Gea yet to sign a new deal, United will be keen on sealing the deal for Onana this summer to bolster the goalkeeping department.