Andre Onana has made two appearances for Manchester United and is already showing many of the elements that made him stand out at Inter – both good and bad.
The Cameroon international was sold for €52.5m plus another €5m in performance-related bonuses and add-ons after a lengthy negotiation process.
On his debut, Onana was spotted shouting angrily at teammate Harry Maguire for making a mistake in defence, which immediately made Nerazzurri fans think of his famous on-field row with Edin Dzeko.
Today, the goalkeeper had his first Old Trafford match in a pre-season friendly against RC Lens and was lobbed from the half-way line.
His ability to work as a sweeper-keeper is precisely why Erik ten Hag insisted on signing Onana, but it is a tactic that inevitably carries risks with it – especially if his defenders misplace a five-yard pass.