Andre Onana can leave for right price - Ajax manager Erik ten Hag

Andre Onana can leave for right price - Ajax manager Erik ten Hag

- Andre Onana could be on his way to the Premier League or La Liga

- Chelsea and Barcelona are interested in the signing of the goalie

- Ajax coach Erik ten Hag said the Cameroonian can leave for right price

Chelsea and Spanish champions Barcelona have been given a green light about the possibility of signing Ajax and Cameroonian goalkeeper Andre Onana.

This comes after Ajax manager Erik ten Hag made it clear that the 24-year-old is free to join any of all the interested clubs who can offer the right price.

Andre Onana has been impressive since he joined Dutch side Ajax and his performance last season in the Champions League semifinal caught the interest of many clubs.

And according to the latest report on Daily Mail, Ajax are aware that Andre Onana is wanted by many sides in Europe and they are ready to do business this summer.

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Chelsea are targeting Andre Onana as a replacement for record signing Kepa Arrizabalaga, while Barcelona on the other hand want him to replace Marc-Andre ter Stegen.

''Andre is very important to us.

'Of course we don't want to lose him, but it's true that we have an agreement from last year about the development scenario and what steps we will take if the right club comes in at the right price,''. Ten Hag told Algemeen Dagblad.

Andre Onana has a valid contract with Ajax until the year 2022, and the Dutch side are hopping they can get £25 million to allow him leave.

Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Chelsea winger Willian might be considering a move to join Tottenham Hotspur this summer after revealing that he and Spurs boss Jose Mourinho are friends.

The Brazilian winger will become a free agent this summer following the Blues' failure giving him an extension at Stamford Bridge.

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Willian who has also been linked with a move to Barcelona and Paris Saint Germain admitted that he regularly speaks with the Portuguese born tactician.

According to SunSport, the 31-year-old forward was said to have demanded a new three-year extension but the London club is not ready to tie him down for that long.

Willian who has been out of action since the middle of March due to the outbreak of coronavirus found time to grant an interview while on lockdown.

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