Sebastien Haller will bear chemotherapy after the Dortmund ahead was recognized with a malignant testicular tumour and faces ‘a number of months out’… as his membership say the £27m star has a ‘superb likelihood’ of restoration
- Dortmund have confirmed that Sebastien Haller is ready to bear chemotherapy
- The Bundesliga membership have insisted that his possibilities of restoration are ‘superb’
- The 28-year-old striker has been recognized with a malignant testicular tumour
- The Ivory Coast star signed with the German giants for £27m three weeks in the past
Sebastien Haller is ready to bear chemotherapy after being recognized with a malignant testicular tumour.
Borussia Dortmund, who signed the 28-year-old in July for £27million from Ajax, confirmed on Saturday that the Ivory Coast worldwide would bear remedy for a number of months – however insisted that striker had a ‘superb likelihood’ of restoration.
Haller was recognized with a testicular tumour earlier this month and underwent surgical procedure a number of days in the past, after complaining about feeling unwell in coaching along with his new membership.
Sebastien Haller may have chemotherapy following his malignant testicular tumour prognosis
Dortmund sporting director Sebastian Kehl mentioned: ‘Sebastien will now obtain the very best remedy.
‘The possibilities of restoration are superb.
‘We want him and his household loads of energy and optimism and our ideas are with him throughout this tough time.’
He might be out for a number of months however Dortmund insist he has a ‘superb likelihood’ of restoration
Haller took to social media final week to inform followers that he had accomplished step one of his remedy.
Posting an image of him smiling, he mentioned: ‘Whats up everybody, I wished to let you recognize that Step 1 has been accomplished!
‘I want to thank the @BVB (Dortmund) and the medical workforce who had been distinctive with me.
Haller shared a photograph (above) saying he has accomplished step one of his remedy final week
‘An enormous thanks additionally to all of the nursing workers of the hospital for his or her assist – benevolence.’
The German giants signed the previous West Ham striker as a alternative for star man Erling Haaland, who accomplished his £51m transfer to Manchester Metropolis firstly of July.
Dortmund have undergone a busy summer time of switch enterprise, signing Karim Adeyemi, Marcel Lotka, Alexander Meyer, Salih Ozcan, Nico Schlotterbeck and Niklas Sule.
Marco Reus (L) and Gerard Moreno (R) confirmed their assist when Dortmund confronted Villarreal