Arsenal legend, David Seaman has hit out at Manchester United goalkeeper, Andre Onana following his underwhelming start to Old Trafford spell in the ongoing 2023-2024 season.
Seaman insisted that the Cameroonian international makes weird saves.
Onana replaced David de Gea as Man United’s first-choice goalkeeper after arriving from Inter Milan last July for £47 million.
The 27-year-old has recorded eight shutouts and shipped a whopping 45 goals in 28 appearances across competitions for the Red Devils this season.
Speaking recently on the Seaman Says podcast, Seaman said about Onana:
“It is a real mixed bag with Onana. He’s made some good saves, but he’s made some easy saves and tried to make them look good.
“He’s had some right stinkers as well. There’s too much other stuff there that worries me.”
He added, “He makes saves look good, his style is totally different, the way he makes saves is strange… it’s almost as if he’s not had a lot of coaching from a young age because he makes weird saves.”