Manchester United goalkeeper Andre Onana has been forced to withdraw from Cameroon’s World Cup qualifier against Libya due to an injury sustained in the team’s opening Group D match against Mauritius. The injury occurred during the second half of the match, and Onana left the field with 10 minutes remaining. No specific details about his injury have been provided by the federation, but some reports suggest that it was a precautionary measure.
The Cameroon Football Federation has confirmed Onana’s withdrawal from the upcoming qualifier, which is scheduled for next month. This news means that Onana will miss out on the chance to represent his country in a crucial World Cup qualifier.
Onana’s absence from the national team raises questions about his availability for Manchester United’s upcoming match against Everton. While no specific details about his injury have been provided, it is hoped that he will recover in time for the game. The goalkeeper’s return to Manchester United for treatment indicates that his injury is being assessed by the club’s medical staff. Despite this setback, Onana’s condition will continue to be monitored in the coming days.