Andre Onana is set to head to Manchester United once he ties up a few loose ends at Inter Milan.

Cameroon international Andre Onana is set to head to Carrington with the two clubs striking an agreement over a fee.

Journalist Fabrizio Romano gave his trademark ‘Here We Go‘ on the transfer last night, and the deal will finalise officially during the week.

Onana is not yet on his way to Manchester United. He has been pictured this week at Inter Milan’s training ground.

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Andre Onana at Inter

Andre Onana is currently at Inter Milan’s training base to formalise his exit from the club.

FCInter1908 pictured Onana arriving, with the headline: “Onana today in Appiano Gentile for the last time: he wants to say hello to everyone”

The report adds: “Although he is now virtually already a Manchester United player, Andre Onana will be present today at the Appiano Gentile sports centre. 

“In fact, before boarding a plane to England, the Cameroonian goalkeeper wanted to greet his teammates, the technical staff, the management and all the Nerazzurri fans present outside the facility.”

Andre Onana fee agreed

Manchester United have agreed a fee of £47 million including add-ons for Andre Onana, reports Alfredo Pedulla.

The fee is less than Inter wanted originally, and can be constituted good value for Manchester United’s incoming new number one.

Onana is set to sign a five year deal with an option for a sixth year, Fabrizio Romano reports.

Once all the paperwork is complete, Onana will head to Manchester United to undergo a medical and join up with his new teammates.

Onana has previously worked under Erik ten Hag before at Ajax, and is expected to help revolutionise the way the team play out from the back, with David de Gea now released after 12 years at the club.

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