April 13, 2024

Is Onana already finished?

Manchester United is gearing up for a new lease of life, as current results provoke anger and sometimes shame among its supporters. A few hours before Christmas Eve, the announcement of Jim Radcliffe’s entry into the club’s capital has given renewed hope to the Mancunian people. It also gave the British media an opportunity to look ahead to the summer mercato.

The Sun has p…

Manchester United is gearing up for a new lease of life, as current results provoke anger and sometimes shame among its supporters. A few hours before Christmas Eve, the announcement of Jim Radcliffe’s entry into the club’s capital has given renewed hope to the Mancunian people. It also gave the British media an opportunity to look ahead to the summer mercato.

The Sun has put itself in the shoes of Man Utd’s directors to target a number of plausible recruitment leads, such as strikers Victor Osimhen (Napoli) and Serge Gnabry (Bayern Munich) or midfielder Frenkie dePremier League: ResultsPremier League: The standings

And the popular tabloid quotes David de Gea to raise the rather daring hypothesis of a return of the Spanish goalkeeper to Old Trafford. Cameroonian André Onana, De Gea’s successor last summer for 52 million euros, regularly receives criticism for his performances.

The former Inter man, under contract until June 30, 2028, could see his time at Manchester United come to an end much sooner than expected.