Why Andre Onana travelled to watch Inter Milan’s game 24 hours after Bournemouth draw

Manchester United goalkeeper Andre Onana made headlines with his return to San Siro to watch his former club, sparking interest among observers on Sunday.

The Cameroonian international switched from Inter Milan to the Red Devils last summer after leaving a mark during his time in Serie A.

However, his adaptation to the Premier League has been met with challenges, leading to a season marked by difficulties.

While Onana is not the only United player facing performance issues, his individual errors have at times proven costly for Erik ten Hag’s team.

This has prompted some United supporters to question the decision to bring in the former Ajax goalkeeper.

Why Onana travelled to watch Inter

Andre Onana made an unexpected appearance at Inter Milan’s Serie A match against Cagliari on Sunday, April 14, as reported by Bleacher Report.

He attended the game to show support for his former teammates and shared a heartfelt moment with defender Denzel Dumfries before kick-off.

Inter ended the match with a 2-2 draw, maintaining their substantial 14-point lead over AC Milan in second place, with only six games remaining in the season.

Speculation arose about whether Onana might be reconsidering his departure from Inter and contemplating a return to the club.

In response to inquiries attributed to him by Fabrizio Romano in a post on X, Onana clarified that his visit was solely to back his cherished former club, reiterating his satisfaction with his current situation at Old Trafford.

Given Manchester United’s break from matches until the FA Cup semi-final against Coventry City on April 21, Onana’s trip likely received approval from the club.

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