Concern for Ten Hag as talks for Andre Onana hit roadlblock with Inter due to gap in valuations

Manchester United’s pursuit of Andre Onana isn’t going as smoothly as they’d have hoped.

The Red Devils have spent the past fortnight actively working on a deal that would see Onana make the switch to Old Trafford this summer, but talks between them and Inter Milan have seemingly hit a roadblock.

According to the Daily Mail, the Serie A club are demanding a fee of £51 million to sanction the goalkeeper’s exit just one year on from his arrival, whilst United are unwilling to pay above £43m.

United face FFP concerns

The report adds that due to FFP restrictions, Erik ten Hag has been limited to a budget of £120m in this transfer window, which must be spread across a number of positions if United want any chance of competing on all fronts next term.

For now, a new ‘keeper and a striker is the utmost priority. David de Gea’s exit means the club must oversee his replacement and the forward position is one that needs strengthening significantly.

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