Manchester United has pulled off a major coup in the transfer market, as they officially unveil the signing of talented goalkeeper Andre Onana. The 27-year-old shot-stopper joins the English giants after intense negotiations with Italian side Inter Milan. The two clubs reached a unanimous agreement, sealing the deal for a substantial fee of 55 million euros. Onana’s arrival at Old Trafford marks a significant moment in the club’s pursuit of strengthening their squad for future challenges.
Andre Onana, a goalkeeper from Cameroon, has officially been named a Manchester United player after protracted talks with Inter Milan of Italy. Onana participated in Cameroon’s opening match at the 2014 World Cup, but he was benched for the remainder of the tournament in Qatar due to a disciplinary issue, and he later announced his retirement from international competition.
After bringing England midfielder Mason Mount from Chelsea earlier in July for an initial £55 million, he is United’s second off-season acquisition.
Onana might make his United debut against Arsenal in a friendly on Saturday in New Jersey.
Before the new Premier League season begins, Ten Hag is also eager to add a forward.
The United manager, who last season helped his team end a six-year trophy drought by winning the League Cup, has been linked to a move for Rasmus Hojlund of Atalanta of Denmark.
The arrival of Andre Onana at Manchester United signifies a significant step in the club’s pursuit of excellence. His experience, skills, and long-term commitment make him a valuable asset for the team’s future endeavors. With the negotiations successfully concluded and the official announcement made, the footballing world will be closely watching Onana’s journey as he takes on the challenge of representing one of football’s most iconic clubs.