Andre Onana will undergo a medical with Manchester United within the next 48 hours after an agreement was reached with Inter on Sunday, according to reports in Italy.
United have been searching for a new first-choice goalkeeper this summer after deciding not to renew David de Gea’s contract, and have held extensive talks with Inter over a deal for Onana in recent weeks.
According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, United have now agreed a deal worth in excess of €50 million (£42.8m), including bonuses, while personal terms have also been finalised with Onana.
The 27-year-old will now complete his medical with United within the next two days with the aim to join up with Erik ten Hag’s squad on Wednesday where they will travel to the United States for their pre-season tour.
Onana was at Inter’s training ground on Sunday to take part in his final session with the club and say goodbye to his teammates.
Onana, who played under Ten Hag at Ajax, will become United’s second summer signing following their £60m deal for Mason Mount earlier this month.
It’s understood that Ten Hag has already spoken with Onana ahead of his move to Old Trafford.
Once their deal for Onana is complete, United will then focus on bringing in a new striker before the end of the summer window.
Atalanta forward Rasmus Hojlund is United’s top target but the Serie A club have so far rejected all offers and are demanding an £86m fee.