Inter Milan admit ‘risk’ Andre Onana could join Manchester United this summer
Inter Milan manager Simone Inzaghi admits Andre Onana could leave the club this summer.
The Cameroon international is a major target at Manchester United, having worked with Erik ten Hag during his time with Ajax.
United saw an opening bid of £39m rejected by the Serie A giants but continue to chase the goalkeeper following the departure of David De Gea.
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Chelsea had also considered a move for Onana but new manager Mauricio Pochettino is open to working with Kepa Arrizabalaga as the club’s first-choice No.1 next season.
Speaking at a pre-season press conference on Wednesday, Inzaghi said: “He’s an Inter player, tomorrow [Thursday] he’ll be among the players called up for pre-season.
“We know the transfer window is unpredictable and that all Italian clubs have to sell before they can buy.
“We know there’s this risk [that he leaves] but at the same time, I’m calm about it all because the club and the owners have reassured me that this year we’ll have a competitive Inter.”
Ten Hag admitted he would prefer to get the bulk of his transfer business conducted quickly having watched his side begin their pre-season schedule with a win over Leeds in Oslo.
Mason Mount is the only signing the club have made so far and the England international played 45 minutes of the 2-0 victory.