Former Inter Trio Having Problems at Their New Clubs

Milan Skriniar, André Onana, and Marcelo Brozovic left Inter last summer, but they haven’t exactly thrived at their new teams so far. The first two have come under fire for their recent performances, TuttoSport points out.

The goalkeeper has been particularly poor in his early Manchester United days. He had an impeccable season at San Siro, but that has been far from the case so far in England. He was paid €50M to succeed David De Gea. The Red Devils fans are missing their longtime starter now. He has conceded 18 goals in 10 matches, keeping just 3 clean sheets and having a few gaffes.

Skriniar has arguably struggled as much as Onana at PSG after electing not to extend his Inter contract and depart on a Bosman move. The Ligue 1 champions recently gave up four goals to Newcastle United in the Champions League. His performances have been far from satisfying and distant from his peak Nerazzurri days.

Instead, Brozovic has quickly become a centerpiece, and Al-Nassr are winning consistently, but he’s no longer at the epicenter of football.

Our Take on Inter, Onana, and Skriniar

Some issues for the defender are somewhat understandable since he’s coming off a major back injury. Onana came to Italy with the reputation of a blunder-prone goalie but had a very clean campaign and was often stellar, so his start is more baffling.

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