Manchester United and Inter Milan have agreed to terms on the signing of the sensational goalkeeper Andre Onana.
The Cameroonian goalkeeper has also finalised personal terms and is poised to sign a five-year contract extension at Old Trafford.
Inter estimates Onana’s cost, including add-ons, will be approximately £43 million.
United are likely to announce the agreement today, July 17, and are attempting to finalise Onana’s visa so that he may go to the United States with the rest of the team on Wednesday.
The 27-year-old might make his debut against Arsenal on Saturday in New Jersey, where United will also face Real Madrid and Borussia Dortmund.
According to rumours, once Onana becomes a United player, goalie Dean Henderson would be given permission to join Nottingham Forest on a permanent basis.
Onana, who worked with Erik ten Hag at Ajax Amsterdam, will be United’s second summer acquisition after the arrival of Chelsea midfielder Mason Mount. He will replace the vacuum left by David De Gea, who departed United on a free transfer after 12 years with the club.
Henderson spent the season on loan at Nottingham Forest, and although he has returned to Carrington for the start of preseason training, he is poised to complete a £20 million transfer to the City Ground.