Yassine Bounou also is known as Bono, is a Moroccan professional footballer who plays for LaLiga Spanish club Sevilla FC on loan from Girona as a goalkeeper. and for the Morocco national football team.
Born in Montreal, Quebec, Bounou moved to Morocco at an early age, and made his senior debut with Wydad Casablanca in 2011, after being promoted to the first-team a year earlier. On 14 June 2012, he moved to La Liga club Atlético Madrid, being initially assigned to the reserves in Segunda División.
Bounou appeared regularly for the team in the third level and signed a new four-year deal on 31 May 2013. In the 2014 summer, after profiting from Thibaut Courtois and Daniel Aranzubia's departures, he was definitely promoted to the main squad.
Bounou made his first-team debut on 24 July 2014, in a 1–0 pre-season friendly win against CD Numancia. On 1 September, he was loaned to Segunda División's Real Zaragoza, in a season-long deal. Kept out by Óscar Whalley for the first half of the campaign, he made his debut the following 11 January in a 5–3 loss at UD Las Palmas and finished the season with 16 appearances. In the playoffs, after Whalley's performance led to a 0–3 home loss to Girona FC in the first leg, Bounou replaced him in the second for a 4–1 win and advancement on away goals; Zaragoza lost the final by the same rule to UD Las Palmas.
On 23 July 2015, Bounou returned to the Aragonese side, again in a one-year loan deal. On 12 July of the following year, he signed a permanent two-year contract with fellow league team Girona FC.
On 2 September 2019, after suffering relegation with the Catalans, Bono joined Sevilla FC in the top tier, on loan for one year.