Arsenal 2021/2021 home jersey has apparently been ‘released’ online, leaving the north London club fans with a fascinating exchange hypothesis for Onana
The Gunners 2020/2021 shirt was likewise white and red but however, the sleeves were the principle white piece of the jersey. Notwithstanding, the picture of the ‘spilled’ shirt – which can be seen here, show white going down the hip area too – basically the same as what we see Ajax wear normally.
With the north Londoners keen on bringing Onana to the Emirates from the Dutch club this mid year, the Arsenal fans have concocted a flippant hypothesis about the alleged new shirt.
Onana is the Gunners’ best option goalkeeping objective this late spring, shakezsports.com understands, with the club quick to supplant German international Leno with the Ajax star.
Be that as it may, the arrangement appears to be more confounded than expected – with the Cameronian internatioanal goalkeeper at present serving a doping boycott.
He was banned from football temporary for discovering restricted substance Furomeside in his pee test, was at first expected to be a year, however has since been decreased to nine by the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS).
The 25-year-old goalkeeper will be permitted to begin preparing again on September 4, however won’t be permitted to partake in football competition of any kind until two months after the fact – November 4.
German international goalkeeper Benrd Leno has been connected with a move away from the Gunners lately after a disillusioning 2020/2021 mission for Leno.
Andre Onana set up himself as one of the best goalkeeping abilities in European football before being restricted in February – and Ajax have apparently acknowledged he will leave the club this mid year.
Previous Arsenal starman now Ajax Director of Football, Marc Overmars, said this to NOS last month: “We have not halted the (contract) exchanges in vain. I think all things considered, he will leave in the mid year.”
Andre Onana sees his agreement at the Johan Cruijff Arena terminate the following summer, which means the Gunners could get the goalkeeper at a decreased cost.