Andre Onana was a big gain for Manchester United earlier this summer when they paid a fee of around £45 million to bring the player in.
He has since been one of the highlights in the Red Devil’s opening games and has managed to pull off a string of impressive saves.
However, the club might have to bid farewell to their star shot-stopper for at least four matches this winter.
Actu Foot Afrique has recently tweeted that Onana is set to return to Cameroon in September.
While the United star quit international football during the Qatar World Cup, his return to Cameroon makes him a likely first-choice for the AFCON campaign.
Taking place between January 13 and February 11, this means he could miss up to four Man United Games.
This could leave ten Hag feeling a little lost, especially after the hefty fee the club has paid for the player.
But with the summer transfer window still open, we might see the Red Devils bring in a reserve goalkeeper to take his place during his absence.
🚨 André Onana devrait faire son retour avec le Cameroun en septembre ! 🇨🇲🦁 pic.twitter.com/pe2NopbhAU
— 🏆 Actu Foot Afrique (@ActuFootAfrique) August 23, 2023