In a significant summer move, Manchester United opted for change by parting ways with goalkeeper David de Gea.

Manager Erik ten Hag, drawing from his Ajax connections, secured the services of former goalkeeper Andre Onana, who had impressed during his stint at Inter Milan.

However, Onana faced a challenging initiation at Manchester United, particularly highlighted by his role in the team’s Champions League exit, marked by notable errors against Bayern Munich and Galatasaray.

Despite the scrutiny on the new first-choice goalkeeper, Onana, with deputy Altay Bayindir ready to challenge during the African Nations Cup, displays confidence in bouncing back from setbacks.

In an interview with Sky Sport Italia, Onana emphasizes the transient nature of life’s moments, expressing optimism that United will overcome the current difficulties.

Addressing the team’s turbulent 2023/24 campaign, Onana asserts the need to navigate both good and bad seasons, underlining the importance of recognizing when to savor positive moments and endure challenging ones.

Having started in all 28 games for United across competitions, earning eight clean sheets, Onana emphasizes the strong relationship with Ten Hag, attributing his move to Old Trafford to both his capabilities and the manager’s trust.

Reflecting on their successful tenure at Ajax, Onana is determined to replicate the positive trajectory in Manchester, confident that

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