Criticized from all sides at Manchester United, with some who believe that his talent comes down to only his kicking game, André Onana whistled the end of recess.
Manchester United launches their Champions League campaign this Wednesday. The Red Devils travel to the Allianz Arena this evening to challenge Bayern Munich. A big test for the Mancunians who are returning to C1 after several years of scarcity. The opportunity especially for André Onana to deliver his benchmark match after his mixed debut at Old Trafford where he is increasingly criticized.
At a press conference on Tuesday, the Cameroonian goalkeeper answered questions from journalists. And the former Inter Milan spoke about his kicking game. “I don’t think I’m here (at Manchester United, editor’s note) because I’m only good with my feet. If the team needs me with my feet, I will be good with my feet. But if we are in a low block, I am there to save the balls”he said.
Snatched from the Nerazzurri this summer for 52.5 million euros, the 27-year-old goalkeeper has only one clean sheet in 5 Premier League matches for 10 goals conceded.