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Man Utd transfer news: Andre Onana sparks crazy rumour after buying house 1000 miles from Manchester

Andre Onana has reportedly bought a €6.5m house in Milan

Could Andre Onana be on his way out of Manchester United after just one season at Old Trafford?

The Cameroon international goalkeeper has struggled to impress since arriving from Inter Milan in a €50 million deal last summer, and he has sparked internet speculation that he could be on his way back to Italy as soon as the summer.

Onana has conceded 57 goals in 37 matches for Man Utd this season, keeping only 11 clean sheets along the way, with many of his performances severely criticised.

His arrival was rushed last summer following the unexpected breakdown of contract talks with David de Gea, and though under less criticism lately, it would not be a huge shock if the Red Devils were to move on from the 27-year-old.

If this were the case, could Onana go back to Inter?

According to FCInterNews, he has bought a €6.5m eight-bedroom home in the Milan suburbs, suggesting that he has no plans to settle in Manchester for long.

“Andre Onana does not forget Milan. Both for his affection towards Inter, and because he recently completed the purchase of a luxurious villa on the outskirts of Milan, to be precise in Corbetta, a stone’s throw from Magenta,” the site reports.

“In a quiet area, surrounded by greenery to guarantee absolute intimacy, the villa is built on a plot of 1,300 metres square, has an outdoor area of 3,000 metres square with a swimming pool, barbecue and garden. In short, it does not miss anything.”

The villa Andre Onana has reportedly bought in Milan
© Lionard Real Estate – The villa Andre Onana has reportedly bought in Milan
Andre Onana's new house
© Lionard Real Estate – Andre Onana’s new house
Onana house, Milan
© Lionard Real Estate

Lukaku all over again?

Inter played this trick with Romelu Lukaku and Chelsea.

The Nerazzurri sold ‘Big Rom’, a former Man Utd player, to the Blues for €113m but after he failed to shine at Stamford Bridge immediately brought him back on loan.

Inter might have signed him permanently, too, had he not been caught negotiating in secret with Juventus.

Social media is alight with the suggestion that Inter could pull the same stunt with Man Utd and Onana, even if veteran goalkeeper Yann Sommer is having a more than solid debut season.

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