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Andre Onana opens up on his Ajax exit

Andre Onana
Andre Onana opens up on his Ajax exit

André Onana is back on the pitch. The Cameroonian has been back on the pitch for the last two days of the 2022 World Cup qualifiers but is not expected to last long at Ajax his current employer. The 25-year-old goalkeeper is due to sign a new contract at the end of the season.

In an interview with Spanish media Marca, Andre Onana explained the reasons for the upcoming departure. "There are many discussions. I have been linked with Barcelona, Inter, Arsenal, Lyon, Nice, Monaco... while I was at home on suspension. I don't know. It's true that we didn't reach an agreement with Ajax and I'm grateful to the club for the opportunity they gave me. Now, after almost seven years, I think it's time to take a step forward, leave and make room for others. Ajax always give opportunities to young players and there are many goalkeepers in the youth academy waiting for this chance. I have to leave. Where, I don't know, but I need something new to compete with the best goalkeepers.

The shot stopper who was suspended by FIFA for failing a drug test spent nine months away from the pitch both at club and national team levels. An act which lowered the player's popularity with the Ajax fans who called for his departure at one point in time. The player only returned to action in November 2021, helping Ajax to qualify for the last 16 of the UEFA Champions League. A move to Italian champions Inter Milan is eminent.

Andre Onana also helped Cameroon to qualify for the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifiers Play off.

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