C.Ameron goalkeeper Andre Onana ended his national team career on Friday, a month after the 26-year-old returned from the World Cup after a dispute with manager Rigoberto Son.
The Inter Milan player posted a statement on his Twitter account saying, “My talk with the Cameroon national team is over.”
“Players come and go, names are fleeting, but Cameroon comes before any man or player,” Onana wrote, but did not mention the reasons for his decision. My love for is also eternal.”
Onana’s last of 34 international matches was a 1-0 loss to Switzerland at the World Cup in Qatar on 24 November.
Onana later released a statement referring to disagreements with Son over the team’s tactics, which dropped him to the next match, a 3–3 draw against Serbia.
Onana said at the time, “I put all my energy and energy into finding solutions to situations that soccer players often go through, but there was no willpower on the other side.” There is also.”
Song later said that all players must be shown “discipline and respect”.
Cameroon did not advance to the last 16 after beating Brazil 1-0 in their final Group G match.