Giuseppe Marotta, CEO of Inter Milan, has commented on the transfer that sent Andre Onana to Manchester United over the summer.
The possibility of the Cameroonian goalkeeper returning to the Premier League club was also not ruled out by Marotta.
Onana joined the Italian club as a free agent from Ajax and was transferred the following year for a reported €51 million (£43.8 million).
Marotta has suggested that despite Inter signed Yan Sommer as a substitute for him in goal, they may look at re-signing the player in the future.
He told the press, “I can’t forecast the future, but anything can happen in football.
It was, without a doubt, a triumphant new era for Onana and for us. It was a good business move to sign him for nothing and then turn around and sell him for a profit.
Since Onana joined the Red Devils in the summer, the squad has allowed 19 goals in 11 games and is currently in last place in the league.