Manchester United have made a second verbal offer for Inter Milan goalkeeper Andre Onana of €45 million, according to Italian journalist Gianluca Dimarzio.
The Italians are however still demanding €60m million for the Cameroonian, who helped Inter reach the Champions League final.
United are searching for a new goalkeeper as David de Gea left the club this week a free agent after his contract expired.
However, they are resuming talks with David De Gea about a new contract.
De Gea’s contract expired on Friday June 30 at midnight but the 32-year-old is enjoying private time with his family in Spain and United will continue face-to-face discussions with the Spaniard in due course.
But it’s understood that a deal looks unlikely as any new deal would see his wages slashed and his guaranteed number 1 status far from secure.
Onana is reportedly manager Erik ten Hag’s first choice to replace him.