The Telegraph says that Andre Onana’s move to Manchester United is done and that he could play his first game on Saturday against Arsenal.
The Cameroon goalie is scheduled to fly to New York on Thursday, where he will meet his new teammates after making the move from Inter Milan.
Onana completed his move on Wednesday afternoon when he showed up at the Carrington training ground. He will now join Erik ten Hag’s team on their preseason tour of the United States.
Today, the agreement is likely to be made public.
Onana, who cost the Red Devils about £47 million, is set to become their new starting goalkeeper.
This comes after David De Gea left Old Trafford as a free agent after the end of his deal.