Arsenal's hope of signing Ajax goalkeeper Andre Onana in the ongoing summer transfer window may have hit a brick wall with the Cameroonian international now reported to have agreed personal terms with Ligue 1 side Olympique Lyon ahead of a possible transfer.
According to latest reports from usually reliable journalist, Fabrizio Romano, Onana has agreed to join the Les Gones ahead of next season, a move which makes it difficult for the Mikel Arteta's side to snatch him though there is still no agreement between Ajax and Lyon regarding the player.
Andre Onana has long been linked with a move to the Emirates Stadium with earlier multiple reports suggesting that the North London club were closing in on a deal to sign the 25 year old despite him being banned from football related activities by UEFA following a doping incident.
However, the reports now seems to be out of order with the star goalkeeper set for a transfer move to another club. Meanwhile, the Gunners have currently been reported to be pursuing the signature of Sheffield United goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale and hence, it remains to be seen if they will manage to secure the transfer.
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