The goalie has been between the posts in Amsterdam for 209 games so far - a period in which he grew into one of the best goalkeepers in the world. "It's nice to think about that. For me it is important to leave with a good feeling. That means: winning everything. We are still fighting for three more prizes."
Although Onana is leaving Amsterdam this summer, he does not feel any resentment towards the club. "If you don't agree with a few people in the club, it doesn't mean I hate Ajax. The club has given me everything. I gave everything for the club. Looking back now, it might be my time to leave Ajax. I am grateful for all those years."
The keeper knows that his departure has not gone down well with everyone in the ranks. "It's nice to receive support from fans. But if they don't want to, no problem. If they're looking for a scapegoat, choose me. But leave the team out of it. We have some young players in the squad."
When the keeper thinks about leaving though, it’s still painful. "When I leave Amsterdam, I will cry. It is not always easy to leave the place where you have grown as a person."