The Chief Executive Officer of Inter Milan Beppe Marotta has confirmed Manchester United have approached the club about Andre Onana.
According to him, despite the Premier League side approaching them for the Cameroonian goalkeeper, they are yet to make a formal offer.
Marotta added that both the club and the player would carefully consider any formal offer made for Onana by the Red Devils in the upcoming days.
“Manchester United confirmed to us that they’re interested in André Onana. We are waiting for an official proposal in the next days, then we will decide how to react right after,” he said.
“Our director Piero Ausilio is working on it but there’s still no official bid from Man United, at this stage. Manchester United should submit an official bid for André Onana in some days; then we will tell them our position and the player will do the same.”
The Premier League powerhouses are reportedly contemplating an offer of €45 million plus bonuses for the Cameroonian shot-stopper, according to media in Italy. Inter, though, demand a base fee of €50 million plus add-ons. Inter will start talking to the Red Devils after receiving the offer.