Premier League giants Arsenal have as we speak been handed a lift of their reported pursuit of Ajax goalkeeper Andre Onana.
Leno to maneuver on?
The state of affairs between the posts in north London has after all been thrown up within the air over latest months.
This comes amid shock hypothesis surrounding the way forward for present no.1 Bernd Leno.
The German endured a considerably hit-and-miss marketing campaign final outing, with a sequence of high-profile latest blunders – most notably versus Everton – having seen his first-choice standing referred to as into query.
That’s an absolute shocker from Leno.
— Sky Sports activities Premier League (@SkySportsPL) April 23, 2021
Leno himself, in the meantime, was not shy in admitting again in April that he’s open to the concept of a ‘new journey’, away from the Emirates:
‘I don’t know what is going to come sooner or later, however I’m open to the whole lot.’
‘Perhaps for a brand new journey or to remain at Arsenal.’
Time for Arsenal to money in on Bernd Leno?https://t.co/uxWzC9HVLP
— soccer.london (@Football_LDN) Could 4, 2021
In flip, while in search of out a brand new goalkeeper had beforehand been thought to be a way down the record of priorities for these ready of energy at Arsenal, it may quickly turn into a urgent problem.
And, as outlined above, on Thursday, an attention-grabbing replace on the state of affairs has been forthcoming.
One shot-stopper who has after all been persistently tipped for a possible transfer to the English capital of late has been Ajax star Andre Onana.
Forward of the expiration of his contract on the Johan Cruijff ArenA subsequent summer season, it has been prompt that the Cameroonian might be accessible for as little as £7 million, the type of price which, contemplating his pedigree, unsurprisingly piqued attentions on the purple half of north London.
Onana’s state of affairs at current, nevertheless, is an advanced one. This comes with the 25-year-old within the midst of a controversial doping ban.
Again in February, Onana returned a urine take a look at constructive for banned substance Furosemide. In flip, UEFA had been left with little selection however to sanction the African, leading to a 12-month suspension.
As outlined above, although, on Thursday, all of Onana, Ajax and, crucially, Arsenal have been handed a lift.
As confirmed by a bunch of dependable sources, the gifted goalkeeper, on the again of an enchantment, has seen his ban from the pitch slashed by three months:
Andre Onana’s ban has been lowered to 9 months.
— Charles Watts (@charles_watts) June 10, 2021
Onana will subsequently be free to return to coaching from early September, forward of constructing his comeback two months later – a significantly extra engaging outlook for any and all golf equipment excited about his signature:
The Arsenal goal will probably be accessible to play once more on November third and can be capable to prepare along with his membership (whoever which may be) once more from September third.
— Charles Watts (@charles_watts) June 10, 2021
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