Another day of updates coming from Italy on the transfer saga of Andre Onana, whose move to Manchester United is now inevitable.
As per today’s version of La Gazzetta Dello Sport, the Cameroonian international is getting and closer and closer to joining the Red Devils.
The Milan based news source have mentioned that the pressure from the Premier League side has been constant and the move is now ‘inevitable’.
GdS claim the latest Man Utd offer is close to the asking price of 60 million euros (£51.3million) but it is still not enough.
However, details will be finalized in the next two days and the agreement should be reached at around 55 million euros plus easily achievable objectives.
Over at Corriere dello Sport, it is reported that Onana has agreed a contract worth 6 million euros per season with the Old Trafford outfit.
Man Utd have been dedicated in pursuit of the African shot stopper and have promised a final ‘relaunch’ to get the signing done.
The Rome based media outlet claim, if not hours, the deal will be completed in a matter of days. It is highly unlikely that Onana will report for training on Thursday.
Instead, he is house hunting in Manchester to settle in the city after rejoining Ten Hag at Man Utd.