CANCER After several cycles of chemotherapy, the Borussia Dortmund striker will have to be operated on again. He announced in a message on social networks that he wanted to find the grounds
Sébastien Haller took part in the Ballon d'Or ceremony on October 17 in Paris, presenting the trophy for best goalkeeper of the season to Thibaut Courtois. — FRANCK FIFE/AFP
“The fight isn’t over; for me.” It’s with these words, in a published message on social networks, which Sébastien Haller gave; news on Wednesday evening. Three weeks ago, we learned that the Borussia Dortmund striker, victim of testicular cancer, had resumed training on an annex ground of Ajax Amsterdam, his previous club, as he was undergoing his chemotherapy treatment in the Netherlands. “I will have to undergo an operation to put an end to this tumor that keeps me away from the field,” this time reveals the interested party.
The 28-year-old Ivory Coast international, who discovered the existence of his cancer this summer, shortly after his arrival at Borussia Dortmund, appeared publicly a month ago at the theater. be from Châtelet to; Paris. He was indeed able to take part in; the Ballon d'Or ceremony, where he’s ranked 13th and where he presented the trophy for the best goalkeeper of the season to the Belgian of Real Madrid, Thibaut Courtois.
After having been operated for the first time last July, Sébastien Haller then gave some reassuring news: “Si je suis l today, it’s because everything is fine.” “I want to thank you all for the messages of support and the strength you give me in this ordeal. Looking forward to seeing you all,” concluded the determined ex-West Ham and Ajax striker on Wednesday. to play football again this season.