Andre Onana leaves Cameroon World Cup squad ahead of Serbia’s game over disagreement of philosophy
Andre Onana has left the Cameroon World Cup squad ahead of their group-stage fixture against Serbia.
Onana, 26, was omitted from his nation’s matchday squad on Monday for unspecified reasons.
The goalkeeper played the entire 90 minutes for Cameroon during their narrow 1-0 defeat to Switzerland on their opening matchday, but his place in the starting XI has instead been handed to Devis Epassy.
Onana, who has 35 caps for Cameroon, signed for Inter Milan on a free transfer this summer following his time at Ajax.
He started the season behind the veteran captain Samir Handanovic but has established himself as Inter’s No 1 since October, featuring in the last seven league matches before the World Cup break.
In total, Onana has played 13 times for Inter this season, keeping five clean sheets.
Cameroon will be eliminated from the World Cup with a game to spare if they lose and Brazil avoid defeat against Switzerland later on Monday.