Onana, for Gerrard it’s number 10!

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Author of his eighth clean sheet of the season in the Champions League, André Onana, who qualified for the final with Inter after dismissing AC Milan on Tuesday (0-2, 1-0), was praised by Steven Gerard.

André Onana is on the rise in Europe. Shortly after seeing each other braiding laurels by Samuel Eto’o, the internal goalkeeper (38 appearances in all competitions, current series) was treated to rave reviews from Steven Gerrard. Not for his decisive stops, but for his quality of kicking game. The former emblematic midfielder of Liverpool converted coach said he was literally amazed by the composure and the vista of the former Cameroonian international (34 caps), Tuesday evening in the semi-final return of LdC against the rival rossonero.

” He [André Onana] could wear number 10 on his back”praised the 42-year-old technician in comments made on BT Sports and reported by The Chelsea Chronicle. “He’s like Ederson (the Manchester City goalkeeper, renowned for his quality of footwork, editor’s note)he continued. All evening, he is in a hurry, he is under pressure, in delicate situations, he is calm and composed. He can play long and short. I loved watching the keeper tonight. He was fantastic. »

Inter pull out their claws for Onana

Arrived in Italy last summer, the former doorman of Ajax arouses a lot of lust and is the subject of an assiduous court on the part of the cadors of England, in particular Chelsea and Manchester United. But Inter is not a seller. Recently, the nerazzurra house has indeed reacted by putting barbed wire around its star. “Sell Onana? We haven’t had any offers and André wants to stay at Inter Milan. We don’t want to sell it.”made it clear Beppe Marotta, the sporting director of the Milanese club.

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