Andre Onana Returns to Manchester United After Withdrawing from Cameroon Squad with Injury
Manchester United goalkeeper Andre Onana is set to return to the club after being forced to withdraw from the Cameroon squad due to an injury. Onana sustained the injury during Cameroon’s World Cup qualifying victory over Mauritius and will now miss the upcoming game against Libya.
Injury Forces Onana’s Return
During the match against Mauritius, Onana was substituted in the 80th minute due to an injury to his pubis, one of the bones that make up the pelvis. As a result, he will not be able to participate in Cameroon’s World Cup qualifier against Libya and will instead return to Manchester for further testing.
Uncertain Return Date
It remains uncertain whether Onana will be fit enough to return to action for Manchester United in their next game against Everton in the Premier League. The club’s current second-choice goalkeeper is Altay Bayindir, who has yet to make his debut for the team since joining from Fenerbahce.
Onana’s Move to Manchester United
Onana joined Manchester United during the summer transfer window, making a €51 million (£43.9 million, $57.4 million) move from Inter Milan. He has already made 18 appearances for the club this season, keeping six clean sheets.
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