Arsenal is set to announce their first signing of the summer transfer window. Ajax goalkeeper André Onana is a main target for the Gunners. The-25-year-old Cameroon was banned a few moths ago for testing positive for Furosemide - a banned substance. He’s still serving a suspension from all football related activities until 2022, but an appeal has been made and the court of Arbitration for Sport will determine the outcome as soon as possible.
Reports state Onana could cost the gunners £7.7m. The 25-year-old goalkeeper has kept 83 clean sheets in 204 appearances for his club and has also played a major role in their Champions League victories.
Bernd Leno some few months back made it clear he may seek a new adventure elsewhere. The German International has made 97 appearances and has kept 24 clean sheets in the Premier League ever since his debut. These stats shows Onana will be a perfect replacement for Leno.
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