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    Manchester United have been told to replace butterfingers goalkeeper Andre Onana with Aaron Ramsdale from Arsenal.

    talkSPORT Breakfast hosts Alan Brazil and Gabby Agbonlahor were discussing the Red Devils No.1’s future after he dropped another disasterclass in the Champions League against Galatasaray.

    Former Villa captain Agbonlahor doubts whether United would ditch Onana now, just months after spending around £47million to sign him from Inter Milan.

    But ex-United striker Brazil insists his old club won’t win anything with Onana between the sticks, and that ruthless billionaire Sir Jim Ratcliffe will not hesitate to make big decisions when he begins his new role at Old Trafford.

    Big Al: “Onana is an accident waiting to happen – what about Ramsdale at Manchester United?”

    Gabby: “I don’t think so. I don’t think Arsenal would sell him, I feel Arteta will want him as back-up.”

    Big Al: “Why? I think if Ramsdale wants to go, he’ll get a move. He’s not playing!”

    Gabby: “With what Man United paid for Onana, I can’t see them going out and buying another goalkeeper.”

    Big Al: “But there’s a new owner coming in now, he’s putting in £1.3billion, he might say: ‘Right, I’m now in charge of transfers – he goes. We’re not going to win anything with him’.

    “Which would be harsh on Onana because he’s a good shot stopper at times and he’s made some good saves.

    “But you don’t become a multi-billionaire by luck, Sir Jim Ratcliffe will be ruthless and he might just say: ‘We’ve got to get rid of the deadwood now, I want us at the top again. This is not good enough just qualifying for the Champions League. We want to be the champions of England and favourites to win the Champions League.

    “That’s the way he’s got to think if he’s putting that kind of money in.”

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