Onana, is it over yet?


By: Manu Tournoux

The Manchester United goalkeeper could pay the price for the owner of OGC Nice and new shareholder of the Red Devils.

Manchester United are preparing for new momentum, as current results provoke anger and sometimes shame among their supporters. A few hours before Christmas Eve, the announcement of Jim Radcliffe’s entry into the club’s capital gave hope to the Mancunian people. And the opportunity for the British media to imagine the next summer transfer window.

The Sun put himself in the shoes of the leaders of Man Utd to target some plausible recruitment avenues, such as attackers Victor Osimhen (Naples) and Serge Gnabry (Bayern Munich) or midfielder Frenkie de Jong (FC Barcelona).

And the popular tabloid cited David de Gea to raise the rather daring hypothesis of a return of the Spanish goalkeeper to Old Trafford. Cameroonian André Onana, De Gea’s successor last summer for 52 million euros, regularly receives criticism of his performances.

The former Inter player, under contract until June 30, 2028, could see his time at Manchester United end much earlier than expected.

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