The 25-year-old goalkeeper has attracted interest from a large number of clubs in Europe, including the Gunners, Tottenham and Lyon
Ajax coach Erik Ten Hag has revealed the reason why he announced the designated Inter and Arsenal goal Andre Onana in his team for the Caf Champions League.
The 25-year-old International Cameroon is the subject of transfer interest with the latest Italian giants to join the race for his services.
According to reports, Arsenal, Tottenham, Lyon and Borussia Dortmund all show interest in the goalkeeper, who has less than 12 months left on his current contract.
A possible transfer can be decided during the transfer window of January 2022. Despite the interest of other clubs, the Dutch tactician has revealed his intention to keep the star out of his current contract.
“I think it’s best for all parties to extend his contract, and I also recommended it to Onana,” Ten Hag said. Always interested. ‘Extending the contract is definitely an option for me, but in the end [Ajax Sporting Director] Marc Overmars and the player will take care of it together. ”
He further said: “Onana will definitely take my advice into account, and then he and his entourage will have to decide.”
Ten Hag further explained that the 25-year-old is still in Ajax’s plans for this season once he returns from the doping ban he currently serves.
“We put him on the Champions League squad, and it was not without reason. I am very grateful to him for what he has done for Ajax and for me in recent years. If the club needs him, I will definitely try to keep up with him. ”
In a recent maintenance, Marc Overmars, director of Ajax, revealed that the player is unlikely to extend his stay by saying: ‘You can never say in football [about him renewing his contract], but at the moment I do not see him extending his contract with us.
“We were very clear. We spent a lot of time negotiating to extend his contract, but it did not work. We then gave him the space to move during the summer and it did not work either. He can leaves in January, otherwise he leaves next June for free. ”