After the agreement reached for his departure, the Andalusians wished him “all the luck of the world in his new professional career”.
Sevilla made official this Wednesday the transfer of the Cameroonian international goalkeeper Fabrice Ondoa to the Belgian KV Oostende, after having played the last two seasons in LaLiga 1/2/3 with Sevilla Atlético.
Ondoa, born 22 years ago in Yaoundé, came to the Sevilla club in the summer of 2016 from Nàstic de Tarragona to strengthen his branch in the Second Division, although he only played five official matches, three in the first campaign and two in the past.
The Cameroonian goalkeeper, however, took control of the Cameroon national team, with which he has played 28 matches, including all of the African Cup in 2017 in which he won the title of champion, in February of that year, and was designated the best goalkeeper of the competition.
After the agreement reached for his departure to the Belgian First Division, Sevilla wished Ondoa “all the luck of the world in his new professional career”.