Ajax goalkeeper Andre Onana has reportedly reach personal agreement with Arsenal ahead of propose switch to Emirates stadium this summer.
The Cameroon international who has been out of action since February when was hit with a 12-month ban for a doping violation.
It’s alleged that the banned substance furosemide was found in a urine sample provided by Andre Onana back in October.
The Cameroon international has since defended his actions by claiming he mistakenly took his wife’s prescribed medication, which came in identical packaging.
The 25-year-old has appealed to the Court of Arbitration for Sport and his case will be heard later today and should he win his legal battle, Onana, who establish himself as one of the best goalkeeper in world of football will receive the green light to continue playing.
And report by Dutch outlets NOS, claim the former Barcelona academy goalkeeper is actually close to joining Arsenal, who keen on strengthen their squad with quality players this summer.
The report adds that Onana could cost the Gunners up to £7.75m if his ban is overturned or shortened, but a marginal fee of £1.7m will seal the deal if the appeal is unsuccessful.
However, Italian journalist Nicolo Schira has further provided an update over Onana propose switch to Emirates stadium this summer by confirmed the Cameroon international has reach personal agreement with the north London club.
Onana, 25, has kept 83 clean sheets in 204 appearances for Ajax and played a key role in their run to the Champions League semi-finals in 2019, but his deal with the Eredivisie champions expires in 12 months’ time.
Andre Onana – 18/19 UCL Campaignpic.twitter.com/3KS7haUnNL— ™ (@ArsenaIComps) June 1, 2021