Inter goalkeeper Andre Onana will play no further part at the FIFA World Cup in Qatar after a definitive break with the Cameroon national team coach and President Samuel Eto’o.

This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, via FCInterNews, who report that the Nerazzurri keeper will leave Qatar very soon and that his World Cup is absolutely finished.

Yesterday Onana was a surprise omission from Cameroon’s team for their second group stage match against Serbia.

Reports quickly emerged that a disagreement with national team coach Rigobert Song was the reason for the 26-year-old being dropped.

Later in the day, the Cameroonian FA released a statement confirming that the Inter keeper had been temporarily suspended due to his behaviour.

The Gazzetta report that after the disagreement with both Song and also Cameroonian FA President Eto’o, there is not coming back for Onana at this stage.

The former Ajax goalkeeper will not be brought back into the squad at any point during the rest of the World Cup and is set to leave Qatar.