According to report reaching OYOGist.com, former Barcelona youth goalkeeper Andre Onana has reportedly revealed that racism is something he suffers from every day of his life.
He explained during an interview with Radio Sport Info in Cameroon: “Of course, I have experienced racism. It is part of my daily life, especially when we play a game away from home with Ajax. I hear things, I see things but luckily i decided not to think about it too much. This plague exists in football and will not end for the time being.”
Andre Onana has grown to become a highly rated goalkeeper since he left Barcelona’s youth setup to join Ajax in the summer of 2015.
The Cameroonian’s contract at Amsterdam runs out at the end of the current campaign and he’s been linked with a return to Camp Nou. So far this season, he’s made 39 appearances for the Eredivisie Champions across all competitions.