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Six goalkeepers in the Premier League will earn more than Andre Onana as full list emerges

Marcus Chan

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Six goalkeepers in the Premier League will earn more than Andre Onana as full list emerges

Manchester United are reportedly advancing in a deal to bring Inter Milan goalkeeper Andre Onana to Old Trafford.

Last week, it was confirmed that David de Gea will leave United after a 12-year-long career as a Red Devil.

In the midst of the uncertainty surrounding De Gea’s future, United had already started to look for a new number one behind the scenes.

It has been widely reported that Erik ten Hag is a huge fan of Inter’s Onana, with both clubs set to finalise a deal this week.

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According to Italian journalist Alfredo Pedulla, United are set to offer the 27-year-old a deal worth £5.5-6 million per year, plus bonuses.

This means that the goalkeeper is set to take home a weekly wage of £115,000.

If the figures are true, Onana will become the seventh-highest-earning goalkeeper in the Premier League.

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According to Capology, Chelsea’s Kepa Arrizabalaga and Liverpool’s Alisson Becker are the highest earners goalkeepers in the top flight as they rack up £150,000 per week.

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Image Credit: Getty

In third place in Everton’s England number one Jordan Pickford, who has a weekly wage of £125,000. Pickford is followed by fellow Englishman and Arsenal stopper Aaron Ramsdale, who earns £120,000 each week.

Aston Villa’s World Cup winner Emiliano Martinez and West Ham backup Alphonse Areola are both also taking home a weekly wage of £120,000.

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Onana will slot in behind the above-mentioned goalkeepers with his reported wage of £115,000 per week, meaning he earns more than Manchester City’s treble-winning keeper Ederson, who is believed to make £100,000 per week.

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Image Credit: Getty

Prior to his departure, De Gea was a long way clear as the highest-earning goalkeeper in the Premier League with a huge reported weekly wage of £375,000.

Upon announcing his exit, De Gea wrote: “I just wanted to send this farewell message to all Manchester United supporters.

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“It’s been an unforgettable and successful period since I came here. I didn’t think from leaving Madrid as a young boy we would achieve what we did together.”

He added: “Now, it’s the right time to undertake a new challenge, to push myself again in new surroundings. Manchester will always be in my heart, Manchester has shaped me and will never leave me. We’ve seen it all.”

Featured Image Credit: Twitter@Transfers/Getty

Topics: Football, Manchester United, Premier League, Manchester United Transfer News & Rumours

Marcus Chan
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