Man United finally reach an agreement to buy Andre Onana for an initial £43m 0

Manchester United have reached agreement with Inter Milan to sign goalkeeper Andre Onana.

Onana has also agreed personal terms and is expected to sign a five-year contract at Old Trafford with the option for another year.

Inter believe the fee for the Cameroonian goalkeeper will be around £43m including add-ons.

United are set to announce the deal on Monday and are trying to process Onana’s visa so he can travel with the rest of the squad on tour to the US on Wednesday.

The 27-year-old could make his debut against Arsenal in New Jersey on Saturday with United also facing Real Madrid and Borussia Dortmund on the trip.

United have been looking for a new No.1 since deciding not to extend David de Gea’s 12-year career at Old Trafford.

De Gea left as a free agent at the end of June after manager Eric ten Hag insisted he wanted a goalkeeper who is better with the ball at his feet.

That is one of the strongest areas in Onana’s game having played under Ten Hag at Ajax before joining Inter last summer.

Onana made 41 appearances in all competitions during his solitary season at the San Siro as Simone Inzhagi’s side captured the Coppa Italia and Supercoppa Italiana while reaching the final of the Champions League.

The Onana deal will take United’s spending this summer past the £100m mark after Mason Mount moved from Chelsea for £60m.