Inter Milan have reportedly placed a €40 million price tag around the neck of Chelsea-linked goalkeeper Andre Onana, according to GOAL.
Chelsea are looking for a replacement for both Edouard Mendy and Kepa Arrizabalaga in the summer with the former Ajax goalie being the perfect replacement for them.
Gazzetta dello Sport claims that Inter Milan will demand a sizeable fee from any deal involving the former Ajax shotstopper, but they are prepared to enter into talks.
Onana still has four years left to run on his contract with the Nerazzuris, meaning that he will not come cheap for the English Premier League side, but Chelsea have shown, following a takeover of the club in 2022 by Todd Boehly, that they are prepared to invest heavily on new recruits and signing the Cameroonian from Inter will not be a problem when it comes to money.
It is suggested that representatives from the Blues are ready to meet with Inter Milan officials regarding an agreement for a proven performer between the sticks.