Andre Onana immortalised with beautiful Mural in Mexico

Manchester United goalkeeper, Andre Onana was reportedly honoured with a mural in Mexico after his visit to the North America country for a goalkeeping clinic.

According to Sports Brief, Onana was given a rousing welcome from the people of Municipal de León, Guanajuato.

The former Inter Milan star in collaboration with sportswear company Rinat organised the Keepers Kombat 2024 in the Mexican City, with hundreds of fans witnessing the event.

In photos shared online and sighted by News Premises sports, the Cameroonia was honoured with a beautiful mural on the streets of Leon to celebrate his goalkeeping exploits.

An excited Onana took to social media to express his excitement and hopes to visit Mexico again.

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“Grateful to all the people of León and Guanajuato for their warm welcome and for having a great experience, I really enjoyed the #KeeperKombat. Thank you Rinat family! See you soon, Mexico,” Onana wrote on X (formerly Twitter).

Onana ended a tough first season with Manchester United in England winning the FA Cup, playing a key role en route to the final against Manchester City.

The 28-year-old is expected to return to England in July to begin pre-season with the Red Devils, as reported by the club’s official website.

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