Andre Onana has realized a long-held ambition by joining Inter.
Inter announced the signing of the Cameroon international on Friday, the day after his contract with Ajax, where he had spent the previous six years, expired.
The Serie A runners-up did not reveal the term of Onana’s contract, but it is expected to last until the end of the 2026-27 season.
Onana is Inter’s fourth signing of the transfer window, after Henrikh Mkhitaryan, Kristjan Asllani, and Romelu Lukaku, the latter two on loan.
“Dreams do come true,” Onana wrote on his official Twitter account. “I’m very happy to be joining my new club, Inter.”
“I’d like to thank the president, the entire Inter board, the coach, and my own squad for making my goal a reality.”
Onana, who was suspended for nine months last year after testing positive for a banned substance, will face off against Samir Handanovic at San Siro.
He is Inter’s fourth Cameroonian player, following Samuel Eto’o, Daniel Maa Boumsong, and Pierre Wome, and their first African goalie.