Check up “Andre Onana, the goalkeeper for Manchester United, has changed his mind about leaving Cameroon’s national team.”
In a statement, he said: “In the world of football, like in life, significant times happen that necessitate critical decisions.
“In recent months, I have encountered trials that were unfair and deceptive. My steadfast affection for and loyalty to my own Cameroon, though, endures.
Since I was a young child, my passion to serve my nation has been unwavering, and it continues to be an integral part of who I am. This belief is unshakeable by anything or anyone.
I react to my country’s call with unwavering confidence, conscious that returning is not just a way for me to fulfill a dream but also a way for me to meet the hopes and aspirations of Cameroonians, who deserve a national team that is committed to winning.
“In the face of deceit, fabrication, and the abuse of authority, I decide to stick to my principles, boldly standing up for a nation that deserves our real dedication. The moment has come for Cameroon to come together and cooperate for the benefit of all.
“I want to thank the administration for its efforts to make Cameroon a better place for everyone. I am thinking of the people of Cameroon, to whom I am eternally grateful for their support and whom I eagerly anticipate meeting again.
Time will eventually enlighten us and demonstrate the validity of our acts because time is the ultimate arbiter of all things. I am steadfast in my devotion to Cameroon and committed to do my share to see it succeed.
Moussa Djenepo, a standout for Southampton, is nearing a return to Standard Liege.
According to reports, the 25-year-old has a £3 million contract. Djenepo, who can play as a winger or attacking midfielder, moved to the Saints from Standard in 2019 for £14 million.
He has contributed throughout that time with five goals in 91 games across all competitions. The 32-cap Mali international has only made one appearance this year, on August 8 in the Carabao Cup loss to Gillingham in the first round.
He was not included in the team that played Sunderland on Saturday and has been an inactive substitute in three Championship games.
Mason Greenwood will don the No. 12 jersey while on loan, according to Getafe.
On deadline day, the LaLiga team announced that they had acquired the 21-year-old from Manchester United. And they’ve now made his squad number public.
After the international break, Greenwood, who hasn’t played since January 2022, plans to make his debut. On September 17, he might play in Getafe’s Spanish Primera Division matchup versus Osasuna.