Inter Milan goalkeeper Andre Onana could be on the move this summer after just one season.
Premier League clubs Manchester United, Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur are interested in securing his services.
Onana has replaced Samir Handanovic as Inter’s first-choice goalkeeper this season, producing impressive displays to become a pivotal player in the squad.
La Gazzetta dello Sport claim Inter are unwilling to sell the Cameroonian, but that could change if they receive any sizeable offers.
Arriving on a free transfer from Ajax last summer, Onana has been one of the best transfer coups following his significant impact this term.
The 26-year-old has enjoyed a stellar campaign in the Champions League, playing a key role in Inter’s progress to the quarter-finals. He has kept five clean sheets, the most in the competition.
Despite Inter’s fluctuating form this season, Onana has maintained his own high standards.
Man United have long been scouring the market for a keeper to provide competition to David De Gea or dethrone him in the starting XI.
Manager Erik ten Hag previously worked with Onana at Ajax.
Tottenham are searching for a long-term successor to Hugo Lloris, while Chelsea want a replacement for exit-linked Edouard Mendy.
Inter have also lined up a potential replacement for Onana. They are looking at Empoli’s Guglielmo Vicario as a possible target.
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