Court Arbitration for Goalkeeper Andre Onana
Three months has been reduced from the court arbitration of the Cameroonian goalkeeper Andre Onana.
The court of Arbitration for sports has reduced its ban on Ajax/Cameroonian international Goalkeeper, Andre Onana from 12 months to just 9 months meaning he will be able to play again from November 4th. Onana tested positive for Furosemide and was banned for a year in February 2021, though Ajax appealed the decision, contesting that he accidentally took his wife’s medication.
Arsenal have been strongly linked with the Cameroon International and could now decide to land him this summer after his ban was reduced by three months.