Sevilla And Morocco Goalkeeper Yassine Bounou On Inter Milan Radar

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Spanish news outlet AS, through FCInterNews, reports that Andre Onana is attracting interest from Manchester United, Tottenham Hotspur, and Al-Nassr.

Although Onana is currently an Inter player, Manchester United is swiftly progressing in their pursuit of the 27-year-old goalkeeper. It is said that the Red Devils have already reached an agreement on personal terms with Onana for a five-year contract. They are now preparing to make an offer to Inter for the Cameroonian shot-stopper.

Inter is preparing for Onana’s potential departure and expects to accept United’s offer, barring any unexpected developments. Consequently, finding a suitable replacement for the talented goalkeeper will become a top priority for Inter, especially considering the potential departure of their captain, Samir Handanovic.

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Inter has been exploring options among experienced goalkeepers, including Yann Sommer, Keylor Navas, and Hugo Lloris. Additionally, they are considering younger prospects such as Anatoliy Trubin, Marco Carnesecchi, and Giorgi Mamardashvili.

Moreover, Inter has been monitoring Yassine Bounou, the 32-year-old Moroccan international, as a potential replacement for Onana. Despite his age, Bounou believes he still has much to offer on the field. Furthermore, the emergence of Marko Dimitrovic as the favoured goalkeeper under Sevilla coach Jose Luis Mendilibar could open the door for Bounou’s departure.

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Inter’s plan involves signing an experienced goalkeeper with European-level credentials and a player with future growth potential. Bounou fits the profile of an experienced keeper and could be a natural target for Inter. The Moroccan showcased his quality during the World Cup with his national team and played a significant role in Sevilla’s Europa League triumph last season.

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