The president of Chelsea, Todd Boehly who wants to part with his goalkeeper is in advanced negotiations with Inter, after having set his sights on Cameroonian goalkeeper André Onana.
According to the Italian daily Gazzetta dello Sport, Steven Zhang, the president of Inter demanded the tidy sum of 40 million euros to let his Cameroonian pearl slip away.
On the other side of the channel, we find the nerazzurri a bit greedy by demanding such a sum for a goalkeeper they recruited free of any contract, without spending a single penny.
Chelsea, who are offering other players in the transaction, could finally give in by letting Edouard Mendy go.
Samir Handanovič’s return to goal for Inter in recent games could be a sign that Inter are also preparing for the possible departure of indomitable lion André Onana.