Sebastien Haller has returned to training!
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Borussia Dortmund and Ivory Coast striker Sebastien Haller, who was recently diagnosed with a malignant tumor, has resumed training after a course of chemotherapy.
The latter is reported by ESPN, according to which, in fact, the football player appealed to the management of his former club, Amsterdam Ajax, to allow him to participate in the team’s training process. The Dutch club satisfied the player’s request, and Haller will undergo the rehabilitation course at the disposal of Ajax.
We remind you that Sebastien Haller moved to Borussia Dortmund during the summer transfer window. The forward signed a contract with the German club until 2026 but has not played in his new shirt yet.
Haller was soon diagnosed with testicular cancer and had to take a break from football for some time. The 28-year-old attacker was undergoing chemotherapy for three months.
To sum up, we’d like to remind you that during his career, Sebastien has also played for Auxerre in France, Utrecht in the Netherlands, Eintracht in Germany, and West Ham in England. Born in France and a former striker of the country’s youth teams, the choice was finally made in favor of the national team of Ivory Coast, for which he has scored 4 goals in 15 matches.
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