Cameroon goalkeeper Andre Onana is set to miss the nation’s FIFA World Cup game against Serbia due to disciplinary issues.
ESPN NL have reported about the situation, stating that a source at the Cameroon Football Federation reported to AFP that Onana will not be part of the squad against Serbia due to unspecified disciplinary reasons. AFP have also revealed that Devis Epassy will replace the Inter goalkeeper.
Onana did feature for his country against Switzerland in the previous game, as they lost 1-0. But another loss for them today could knock them out of the tournament and Serbia losing will knock them out of the competition as well.
Onana joined Inter on a free transfer after his contract at Ajax ran out and he has become a regular for the Nerazzurri, replacing Samir Handanovic between the sticks. More details about his exclusion from the game are yet to emerge, with the game set to kick off soon.