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Manchester United’s Pursuit of Andre Onana Hits a Roadblock


Manchester United’s pursuit of Andre Onana as their new goalkeeper has hit a roadblock due to financial constraints.

Onana has been the club’s top target, especially with David de Gea’s contract situation uncertain.

However, it seems that United may not have enough funds to secure the Inter Milan goalkeeper, as they need to adhere to Financial Fair Play rules.

As a result, the club is now considering other options, including Feyenoord’s Justin Bijlow and Eintracht Frankfurt’s Kevin Trapp.

These alternative goalkeepers could be more financially viable, with Bijlow potentially costing around 25 million euros and Trapp around 10 million euros.

However, there is still a possibility for United to pursue Onana if they are able to sell players and generate additional funds.

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