Inter target Andre Onana reveals he is open to negotiating a new contract with Ajax.
The 25-year-old sees his contract expire in June and Inter have been linked with signing him as a free agent for a few months.
Onana is serving a nine-month ban for doping, having failed an out-of-competition test for a banned substance in October 2020.
He was initially suspended for one year before CAS reduced it to nine months.
“In the summer, there was a chance to go to play in France. I spoke with Lyon and Nice, but we did not find an agreement,” the Cameroon international told De Telegraaf.
When asked whether he would sign a contract extension with Ajax with a release clause that is not too high, he replied: “Everything is negotiable, I’m still open to the hypothesis of a new contract.”
Inter captain and starting goalkeeper Samir Handanovic sees his contract expire at the end of the season, so the Nerazzurri have been linked with a long-term replacement for the former Slovenia international.
The 37-year-old joined Inter in a €15m deal from Udinese in the summer of 2012.
He has played 395 games with the Serie A giants, winning his first title with the Nerazzurri last season when they won the Scudetto under Antonio Conte.
Ajax-doelman Onana doet vlak voor zijn terugkeer zijn verhaal: 'Het voelde zó onrechtvaardig.'https://t.co/FPGDlxMWND
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