Inter Milan’s CEO, Giuseppe Marotta, shed light on the transfer of Andre Onana to Manchester United during the summer and left the door open for the possibility of the Cameroonian goalkeeper’s return to the Italian club.
Merely a season after securing Onana as a free agent from Ajax, Inter Milan sold him for a substantial fee of €51 million (£43.8 million). In Yan Sommer, they found a replacement for their former goalkeeper. Marotta, however, suggested that they might consider bringing Onana back to the team in the future.
Addressing the press, Marotta remarked, “I can’t foresee what lies ahead, but in football, unexpected twists are commonplace. Undoubtedly, Onana’s brief tenure with us was a significant chapter, and the deal itself, having acquired him for free and sold him for a substantial sum, proved to be a success.”
Since joining Manchester United in the summer, Onana has faced 19 goals in 11 matches, with his team currently residing in 10th place on the league table.