Cameroon goalkeeper Andre Onana of the Ajax Amsterdam football team was punished for doping and the suspension was reduced to one year and nine months.
The 24-year-old player was screened on October 30 and was found to have illegal lasers in his body. He defended himself by saying that after he felt sick, he wanted to take an aspirin, but he accidentally took the medicine prescribed for his girlfriend, the package was almost exactly the same.
The ban was implemented by the European Federation, and the relaxation was decided by the International Court of Arbitration for Sports. According to the current decision, players can return to the game on November 3.
According to reports, Arsenal are very interested in goalkeepers, and easing may help his contract. In addition, the captain of the Cameroon Federation can take him into consideration at the African Cup in January.
The goalkeeper grew up at Samuel Eto’o Academy and was not placed in the youth program of FC Barcelona until 2015. In recent seasons, he has been a reliable starter for the Ajax adult band.