After the signing of Mason Mount from Chelsea. The Red Devils have signed André Onana from Inter Milan, and he’s now among the most expensive goalkeepers of all time.
Erik ten Hag is gradually building his team ahead of next season. The Dutch manager doesn’t want to settle for less in Europe’s top-5 leagues.
Having confirmed signing the Cameroonian goalkeeper. Manchester United are now working to sign Rasmus Højlund from Atalanta in Serie A.
André Onana has penned a 5-year contract with the Red Devils until June 2028. Meanwhile, he has an option for a further year at Manchester United.
It’s been confirmed that the Cameroonian goalkeeper will wear the No.24 shirt at Old Trafford. Of course, he’s fully ready for the 2023-2024 season.
André Onana has reportedly joined Manchester United’s squad on their USA pre-season tour. However, he’s most likely to face Arsenal in their club friendly on Saturday.
Meanwhile, the Cameroonian goalkeeper should be fit and available to face Wrexham. The Red Devils have enough fixtures for their 2023-2024 preseason.
The most expensive goalkeepers of all time don’t usually flop. As a result, the Cameroonian international is expected to establish himself in the Premier League next season.
What are André Onana’s stats under Erik ten Hag?
132 goals conceded
56 clean sheets
The Cameroonian goalkeeper is always at his best under the Dutch manager. Therefore, he will definitely deliver for the Red Devils in all competitions.
Onana is up there with many top goalkeepers in Europe’s top-5 leagues. Which means, he deserves to be one of the most expensive goalkeepers of all time.
André Onana’s stats in the UEFA Champions League last season
Most saves – 47
Most clean sheets – 8
Most accurate long-balls – 116
Most ball recoveries – 114
Most high claims – 14
Obviously, another top goalkeeper has arrived in the Premier League. And there’s going to be healthy competition in the league next season.
Despite the fact that Manchester United have Dean Henderson. Who is capable of becoming the Red Devils first choice goalkeeper.
Erik ten Hag chose to bring André Onana to Old Trafford. Because he knows, the Cameroonian goalie has the ability to boost the team’s performance.
Frankly, the Cameroon international almost cost Manchester City the UEFA Champions League title last season. As a result, he will definitely perform for the Red Devils.
Who are the most expensive goalkeepers of all time?
10. Aaron Ramsdale – $31.2 million (Sheffield United to Arsenal, 2021)
In all fairness, it’s been an impressive journey for the Englishman at the Emirates Stadium. Mikel Arteta appreciates his goalkeeping prowess.
Arsenal barely signs players from the English Championship. Meanwhile, the English goalie joined the Gunners in 2021, and immediately broke into the first-team.
Even though Aaron Ramsdale joined Arsenal for a fee of $31.2 million. He has been helping the team’s performance, both defensively and offensively.
His arrival opened the exit door for Bernd Leno. As a result, the German goalkeeper decided to join Fulham. Frankly, Ramsdale deserves to be on the list.
9. Jordan Pickford – $31.7 million (Sunderland to Everton, 2017)
The Englishman remains one of the best goalkeepers in the Premier League. He helps the team’s all-around performance every campaign.
Apparently, Jordan Pickford has spent more than 5 years with the Toffees. Amazingly, he has won many games for the club.
The English goalie was once linked to Chelsea and Manchester United. That shows his abilities and capabilities as a goalkeeper.
Jordan Pickford is worth the $31.7 million spent on his transfer from Sunderland. He has made headlines since his arrival in 2017.
8. Manuel Neuer – $33.4 million (Schalke 04 to Bayern Munich, 2011)
Since 2011, the German goalie has been up and running with the Bavarians. He’s considered one of the top-3 goalkeepers in Europe’s top-5 leagues.
In today’s transfer market, Manuel Neuer will definitely be worth more than $33.4 million. Because he’s indeed an all-around goalkeeper, with a lot of qualities.
The Germany international has lifted many trophies at Bayern Munich. The Bavarians would find it difficult to sign his replacement, making him irreplaceable.
Manuel Neuer’s mates have retired from professional football. Interestingly, the goalie is still up and running in the Bundesliga.
7. Thibaut Courtois – $39 million (Chelsea to Real Madrid, 2018)
The Belgian goalie left the West London club in 2018. Actually, he reportedly left Chelsea because of his family, wanting to stay with his people.
His exit prompted the Blues to sign Kepa Arrizabalaga from Atletico Bilbao. Frankly, the West London club missed the Belgian goalkeeper.
Thibaut Courtois has won some trophies at Real Madrid. Los Blancos appreciate him so much, and he’s expected to stay at the club for some years.
As regards his goalkeeping prowess. The Belgium international is worth $39 million, having seen his all-around statistics at Santiago Bernabéu.
6. Jasper Cillessen – $39 million (Barcelona to Valencia, 2019)
The Dutch goalkeeper left Barcelona in 2019. Because he couldn’t break into the first-team, making only 5 appearances for the Culers.
As a result, he joined Valencia in La Liga for a fee of $39 million. Of course, that’s enough money for the Dutch goalkeeper in 2019.
However, Jasper Cillessen was able to make more than 50 appearances for Valencia. At least, he enjoyed his stay at the club.
Meanwhile, he’s currently playing for NEC Nijmegen in the Eredivisie. Regardless of the fee, his transfer to Valencia was quite fruitful.
5. Ederson – $44.5 million (Benfica to Manchester City, 2017)
The Brazilian goalie has been making headlines since his arrival at Manchester City. He remains irreplaceable under Pep Guardiola.
Ederson has never flopped since he joined the Citizens. He delivers in every game, helping the team’s performance both defensively and offensively.
As of 2017, the Brazilian was the most expensive goalkeeper in the Premier League. And he usually dictates the team’s tempo from the back.
His arrival at Manchester City propelled many clubs in the league. And they started signing brilliant and talented goalkeepers, boosting their squad.
4. André Onana – $58.4 million (Inter Milan to Manchester United, 2023)
The Cameroonian goalkeeper joined the Red Devils in this summer’s transfer window. Erik ten Hag wants him at all costs at Old Trafford.
André Onana’s stats in the UEFA Champions League last season announced him. Although, he has been making waves since his days at Ajax.
However, the goalkeeper outweighed every brilliant and talented goalie in the competition last campaign. As a result, he attracted interest from many clubs.
André Onana was linked to Chelsea. Surprisingly, the West London club refused to pay his transfer fee. But the Red Devils signed for $58.4 million.
3. Gianluigi Buffon – $58.9 million (Parma to Juventus, 2001)
Of course, the Italian goalkeeper would be worth twice his price in today’s transfer market. He actually deserves to be one of the most expensive goalkeepers of all time.
Gianluigi Buffon spent many years at Juventus, winning several games and trophies. He’s literally one of the Old Lady’s legends.
The Italian magnifico has already retired from professional football. However, he went down as one of the greatest goalies in the world of football.
Gianluigi Buffon’s goalkeeping prowess is second to none in Europe’s top-5. He made everything easy for himself and his team on the pitch.
2. Alisson Becker – $69.6 million (AS Roma to Liverpool, 2018)
Of course, Ederson’s move to Manchester City prompted the Reds to sign the Brazilian. They usually compete with each other in the Premier League.
Potential-wise, Alisson Becker is worth being among the most expensive goalkeepers of all time. He’s been helping the team’s performance since his arrival.
The Brazilian goalie remains irreplaceable at Liverpool. As a result, he is actually worth the transfer fee spent on him from AS Roma in 2018.
Regardless of the competition, Alisson Becker always shows up for the team. In all fairness, he’s currently one of top-3 goalkeepers in the Premier League.
1. Kepa Arrizabalaga – $89 million (Atletico Bilbao to Chelsea, 2018)
Despite several insults and abuses from the Blues fans. The Spaniard is still at Chelsea, making headlines under different managers at the club.
At the moment, Kepa Arrizabalaga is the longest serving non-academic player at Chelsea. Meanwhile, he arrived at Stamford Bridge in 2018.
Meanwhile, the Spanish goalie hasn’t lived up to the fans expectations since his arrival. He’s enamored with on-and-off performances at the club.
Regardless, Kepa Arrizabalaga is worth more than Ederson and Alisson Becker. He remains the most expensive goalie of all time in football.