Inter chief Giuseppe Marotta refuses to rule out return for Andre Onana amid his nightmare start at Man United… as he hails the club for signing the goalkeeper for free and selling him for £47mGiuseppe Marotta has not ruled out the prospect Onana could return to Inter Onana has endured a difficult time since signing for Man United in the summerListen to the latest episode of Mail Sport’s podcast ‘It’s All Kicking Off!’ By Jeorge Bird For Mailonline Published: 17:55 BST, 14 October 2023 | Updated: 18:11 BST, 14 October 2023 Inter Milan chief executive Giuseppe Marotta has refused to rule out the possibility of Manchester United goalkeeper Andre Onana returning to the Italian club in the future.Onana signed for United from Inter in July for a fee of £47.1million.Although Onana hasn’t had the best of starts at United he remains highly regarded by Inter, who signed him on a free transfer last year. Asked whether Onana could eventually return to Inter, Marotta told Gazetta Dello Sport: ‘I can’t predict the future, but in football anything can happen. For sure, it was a great chapter for Onana and for us.’It was also a successful deal to sign him for free and sell for that money.’ Giuseppe Marotta has refused to rule out a return to Inter Milan for goalkeeper Andre Onana Marotta praised Inter for signing Onana for free and then selling him to Man united for £47m Onana made a mistake in allowing Brentford’s Mathias Jensen to score against United last weekend.The 27-year-old has been unconvincing in goal for United with just two clean sheets in eight Premier League appearances, while he has conceded 12 times.Former Premier League goalkeeper Mark Schwarzer claimed that Onana would be ‘finished’ at United if manager Erik ten Hag was to leave the club.Speaking to Optus Sport, Schwarzer said: ‘It’s interesting because ten Hag obviously has brought in a number of ex-Ajax players that he’s worked with before in the in the Dutch League.’I’ve watched Onana quite a bit over the years. I know he played well, last year in Inter, but I’ve always questioned how good a goalkeeper he is.’I don’t know whether or not he’s going to be able to pull himself out of the trouble that he’s in. And I think if ten Hag he loses his job, I think Onana will be finished’.Mail Sport’s Chris Sutton believes that United made a mistake by signing Onana and would have been better off persisting with David de Gea.Speaking on Mail Sport’s It’s All Kicking Off podcast, Sutton claimed Onana is putting pressure on the entire United team after making a string of high-profile errors. Onana has been criticised for his mistakes and for inviting pressure on the United defenceSutton said: ‘We have had this great debate about Arsenal having two excellent goalkeepers. I think Onana is OK with his feet but you have eventually got to use your hands and I don’t think he’s good enough.’When you watch Match of the Day, people like to strip goals back and say ‘there was a mistake in midfield, a misplaced pass, [Victor] Lindelof could have done better…”The bottom line is, over the years, Manchester United have had great goalkeeper – Peter Schmeichel, even David de Gea.’De Gea was a far better goalkeeper than Onana but if Onana just does his job – and it wasn’t a difficult save to make – then there’s not an issue.’I think he is bringing increased pressure on the whole team and the truth is he is not good enough for Manchester United and they have made a major rick [mistake] getting him in.’ IT’S ALL KICKING OFF! It’s All Kicking Off is an exciting new podcast from Mail Sport that promises a different take on Premier League football.It is available on MailOnline, Mail+, YouTube, Apple Music and Spotify.