Andre Onana has registered seven clean sheets in 20 appearances.
Man United’s first-choice goalkeeper Andre Onana is worried about the prospect of losing his place in the team next month during the Africa Cup of Nations.
The Cameroon international arrived from Inter Milan and he was instrumental in the Serie A club’s to final of the Champions League.
David de Gea left the club in the summer and Onana joined the club on a five-year deal with an option until 2029. He has registered seven clean sheets in 20 appearances.
The 27-year-old has conceded 33 goals this season, including 14 in five Champions League matches. He was criticised for all three of Galatasaray’s goals in midweek’s 3-3 draw.
Onana originally retired from internationals during the 2022 World Cup but he is expected to be called up for next year’s AFCON. He could miss nearly a month of domestic action if Cameroon progress to the final.
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