Transfer: He’ll get caught out – Ben Foster on Man Utd’s new signing


Former Manchester United goalkeeper, Ben Foster has given his verdict on the club’s new signing Andre Onana.

Foster insisted that Onana would get caught out in matches because he had seen him do the ‘Cruyff turns’.

He questioned Manchester United’s decision to spend £47 million on signing the Cameroonian goalkeeper, adding that the Red Devils could have spent the money elsewhere.

Man United recently signed Onana from Inter Milan as David de Gea’s replacement.

“Personally, I would have stuck with David for another season. He had that year’s extension, so he could have stayed. £47m could have been better spent elsewhere. But it is what it is. We have to move forward, and it is probably a good signing,” Foster told The United Stand (h/t GOAL).

“Onana is a very confident player. I have seen him doing Cruyff turns and this kind of stuff. But it will only take one or two for him to get caught out.”

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