Andre Onana Injury Update CONFIRMED Ahead Of Weekend CLASH!

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Andre Onana injury update have been confirmed today with the goalkeeper already in Carrington, MySportDab reports.

The goalkeeper was forced off playing during the International break which prompted early action taken to bring him back to Manchester United for full assessment.

Andre Onana status have been confirmed with Manchester United getting ready to resume playing after the international break.

The goalkeeper have been in the spotlight since making a big money move to the Premier League during the summer window in 2023.

His performance have been under scrutiny by many fans and also pundits who have branded him failure with Manchester United.

There have been also some major debate concerning the player decision concerning the AFCON tournament which kick off next year.

A decision is yet to be made if the goalkeeper will remain at Old Trafford or go represent Cameroon national team who will be taking part.

Meanwhile Andre Onana was reportedly brought back to Manchester United after suffering from an injury which forced him out of the National team.

According to reports reaching us from Fabrizio Romano, he confirmed recent update coming from Carrington today connecting Onana injury.

Here Is What Was Said:

“No issues, no serious injury for André Onana as reported last week. He’s working with the group at Carrington.

“He’s fine and training regularly despite small injury with Cameroon — ready to help Man United.

Manchester United are already preparing for their Premier League match which have been boosted by Luke Shaw return.

Erik Ten Hag is hoping to see a different performance when they go up against Everton on Sunday which is a game they stand more chance of winning.

Andre Onana could be making the number one position with the latest development confirming there is nothing serious with the goalkeeper injury as early thought things were.

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