But after three straight premier league defeats in a row for the German international. Leading to concededing nine goals in the process. The former Pep Guardiola's number two.
Decided to make serious changes. And the 29 year old was replaced by former blades goalkeeper. The latter went ahead to keep two clean sheets. Against both Norwich Burnley respectively.
But unfortunately conceded one goal in the London Derby against Spurs. And that hasn't gone down well with Bernd. And he's rumoured to be pondering on January exit.
With earlier reports indicating that Inter Milan could be his possible destination. But according to transfer guru and SkySports journalist Fabrizio Romano on his twitter account.
He has posted that Ajax star Onana is 'really close' in joining Inter Milan on a free transfer next summer. The 25 year old is not interested in new Ajax deal.
And though he was earlier rumoured to be on Arsenal radar. The Italians seems to have won the transfer race against the Londoners. The Serea A Champions want Onana to replace 37 year old Samir.
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