Inter goalkeeper Andre Onana has been called up to the Cameroonian national team for the upcoming World Cup in Qatar.

This is officially announced by the Cameroonian FA, who announce the complete 26-man squad list for the tournament in a post on their official Twitter.

Onana has already made 32 appearances in goal for Cameroon at the age of 26, having also missed out on a year of football due to a doping ban.

The Cameroonian was the starting goalkeeper for the Cameroonian team that reached the semi-final stage of the African Cup of Nations earlier this year as the hosts, only being eliminated by Egypt on penalties.

Onana joined Inter this summer on a free transfer from Ajax, having already made 214 appearances with the Dutch champions.

After having started the season as second choice at Inter to captain Samir Handanovic, the 26-year-old looks to have staked his place as the Nerazzurri’s first-choice in goal, and he has made twelve appearances already this season.