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Manchester United’s André Onana to return to Cameroon national team



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Manchester United’s André Onana is set to return to his national team side after solving a dispute with Cameroon coach Rigobert Song during the 2022 World Cup.

André Onana recently became Manchester United‘s new first-choice goalkeeper, signing for Erik ten Hag‘s squad for a fee of around £45 million from Inter Milan.

His transfer came six months after he quit international football during the 2022 Qatar World Cup after he left the competition due to a disagreement with the Cameroon head coach Rigobert Song.

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This disagreement, however, was since claimed to be the fault of Samuel Eto, the president of the federation, who was said to have wanted to get rid of Onana at all costs.

But, since Onana’s transfer to Manchester United, it has now been revealed that Onana will rejoin the Cameroon squad.

This is according to Actu Foot Afrique, who claim that Onana will now once again be part of the squad from September.

This comes ahead of the next AFCON tournament, which is due to take place between 13 January and 11 February 2024.

United have been linked to Fenerbahçe goalkeeper Altay Bayındır as a back-up option for Onana should he be unavailable to play.