The Court of Arbitration for Sport has finally given its verdict in the André Onana case (25 years old). While the Cameroonian goalkeeper of Ajax was suspected of having intentionally ingested doping products, his suspension, initially scheduled for one year, was reduced. The CAS decided to increase it to 9 months, but the Cameroonian international (18 selections) was however found guilty in the case, having ingested “by mistake” the drugs intended for his wife.
While the suspension began on February 4, it will therefore end on November 3, which means that André Onana will be able to turn back the pitches in 2021. “On this basis, the team considered that a 9-month ban was proportional to the negligence committed and reduced the suspension by 3 months, but could not accept the goalkeeper’s request to remove the suspension entirely. “ It remains to know his club next season while Arsenal is still interested in his profile.