Andre Onana had his suspension reduced to nine months by the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) The Ajax goalkeeper was banned for a year by UEFA in February after testing positive for Furosemide. The keeper has had his punishment reduced to 9 months and will be able to play again in November.


Because of the conditions of his suspension, Onana has been not able to try and prepare with Ajax since February and has been working on his wellness with a fitness coach on neighborhood contributes Amsterdam.

He will be permitted to begin cutthroat preparing again two months before the finish of his boycott, so the allure decision implies he will actually want to begin preparing with his group again from September 3.

Also, that altogether raises the possibility of a late spring move, as he will be accessible for determination from November 3 onwards.


The three-man board from CAS who heard Onana’s allure found that UEFA’s unique year suspension had been ‘unbalanced and inordinate.

Onana had clarified that Furosemide had been found in his body because of a misstep of his better half, who had incidentally placed her pills in the footballer’s medication box.

Onana’s significant other was in control of the medication, which isn’t considered a presentation upgrading substance since she was pregnant and had been recommended it by a specialist.


Arms stockpile is presently expected to venture up their advantage in Onana, which was first uncovered by Goal in April.

The Gunners’ advantage in Onana extends back to January when contact was made between the north London club and the player’s agents.

Monetary issues kept Arsenal from completing an arrangement, the club selecting to sign Mat Ryan borrowed from Brighton, however the club has stayed in normal contact with Onana’s agents from that point forward.

Talks with Ajax over a fee for the keeper are now expected to accelerate, with the Dutch giants willing to cash in on a player who will be available on a free transfer next summer.

Arsenal believes an offer in the region of £7 million ($9.7m) could be enough to tempt the Eredivisie champions into doing business.

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