Cameroonian Goalkeeper Andre Onana,  has spoken up about being a Victim of racism which affected his transfer to an undisclosed club in Italy.

According to multiple sources,the 23 Years old Ajax First choice Goalkeeper revealed in an interview that he was in talks with a Club in Italy but couldn't complete the transfer due to the Colour of skin which according to the Italian club is complicated to have a black goal keeper in the team.

According to Onana, "There's something we don't mention much. Being a black goalkeeper, you are underrated, you are seen differently. It is up to us to make a difference."

"Two years earlier, after my Europa league Final, I was talking to a club in Italy whose name I'm not going to give. We were talking quietly and the athletic Director said to my agent. A black goalkeeper here is complicated. But I was happy they didn't tell me I was a bad keeper, they said they didn't want me because I was black. it's different, its something I can't control."

The Young and talented goalkeeper still went on to say that he is proud to be black despite the failed move.

"I'm black and I'm proud to be black!. Despite the misery there, Africa is the most beautiful continent in the world and I say it loud and clear- I am proud! As they say in Spanish, I am 'Orgulloso',I am proud!

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