Inter Milan Could Sign Onana Next Summer, According To Italian Journalist Niccolo Ceccerini.

Inter Milan have shown their interest in signing Ajax goalkeeper Andre Onana next summer. is reporting that Italian giants,  Inter Milan are the latest club to show interest in Cameroon international goalkeeper,  Andre Onana according to Italian Journalist Niccolo Ceccerini. 

The Serie A champions are kin to sign Andre Onana next summer,  as a long-term replacement for Samir Handanovic at the Guisepper Meazza.

The Italian Journalist, Niccolo Ceccerini who is a writer with Tuttomercatoweb said in his write up that, the Nerazurri are in pole position to get the Ajax shot stopper.


Onana will be out of contract at Ajax next summer and there have been no agreement to extend the player’s contract with the four time European champions. Consequently,  he could leave the club as a free agent, when his current deal expires.

The Italian reporter  is also categorical that Inter Milan are favorites to get the Onana, as the process of making him a Nerazzurri player is in the making.

Inter could face competition from other clubs who have been monitoring the situation of Onana at Ajax,  but Ceccerini says the Italian champions are the favorite.

“The Nerazzurri are increasingly pressing for Onana”. Ceccerini writes.”The Ajax goalkeeper’s contract is about  to expire and has refused both sale and renewal, as explained by Sporting Director Mark Overmars. If there will be no big surprise next year,  he will move to Inter”.

Andre Onana is currently serving a 9 months ban by UEFA earlier this year.  The goalkeeper was initially given a one year ban, but it was reduced to 9 months after he made an appeal.

The 25 year-old resumed training with Ajax last week and will be available for competitive football by November 4, 2021.



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