- Andre Onana was reportedly in a car crash on his way to play for Cameroon
- The Ajax goalkeeper is said to be unhurt after walking away from the accident
- He is set to start in goal for his side against Algeria in a World Cup play-off clash
- Onana will leave Ajax on a free transfer when his deal expires this summer
Ajax goalkeeper Andre Onana has reportedly been involved in a sickening car crash on his way to play for Cameroon in their World Cup play-off against Algeria.
Horrifying pictures show two cars smashed into each other at the front, with both bonnets destroyed and the ground covered in debris.
Onana had been travelling to Yaounde, the capital of Cameroon, when he was caught up in the accident, as reported by the Sun, but the 25-year-old has fortunately escaped unscathed.
He was headed to Cameroon’s training camp in Douala at the time of the incident, the report adds – with no casualties reported in the collision from either vehicle.
Onana is still on course to start for Cameroon in their crucial World Cup on Friday despite being involved in the incident, it says.
A Champions League semi-finalist in 2019, Onana had been rated as one of the most exciting young goalkeepers in world football in recent years before his career was blighted by a failed drugs test.
But with his contract expiring this summer, Onana revealed he is seeking ‘a new challenge’ after confirming his ‘time is over’ in Amsterdam.
‘I have done my best for this club, so I think it was important for me to look for a new challenge.
‘I think it’s my right to sign the contract or not to sign the contract. At the end of the day, life is about making choices.
‘I think I did a great job for this club for so many years already and I think that my time is over in Ajax.’