Haller leaves Dortmund camp just after tumor identified

Borussia Dortmund striker Sebastien Haller, who joined the workforce this summer time from Ajax just after an impressive 2021-22 campaign, was identified with a testicular tumor, the club introduced on Monday
The striker remaining BVB schooling camp in Poor Ragaz, Switzerland, thanks to illness and traveled back to Dortmund for even further exams. The 28-12 months-old international from the Ivory Coast was sensation unwell just after coaching on Monday morning and “in the system of intensive healthcare exams, a tumor was found in the testicles,” the club reported in a statement. 

Sebastien #Haller hat das #BVB-Trainingslager in Negative Ragaz krankheitsbedingt verlassen müssen und ist bereits zurück nach Dortmund gereist. Bei Untersuchungen wurde ein Hodentumor entdeckt.

Gute Besserung, @HallerSeb! 🙏🙏

Weitere Infos: https://t.co/XPaNATxgDI pic.twitter.com/v6hA6MeGLV— Borussia Dortmund (@BVB) July 18, 2022

“This news today came as a shock to Sebastien Haller and to all of us. The entire BVB household needs Sebastien a entire recovery as shortly as attainable and that we can hug him once more soon. We will do anything in our energy to assure that he gets the best doable treatment method,” BVB sporting director Sebastian Kehl claimed.

Borussia Dortmund signed Haller this summer season from Ajax for close to €35 million and was released as a new BVB player at the beginning of July. In his initially full year with Ajax, Haller scored 21 objectives and assisted 7 more in the Eredivisie, but it was his Champions League performances that genuinely caught everyone’s notice as he designed operate at the golden boot with 11 plans in only 8 matches. 

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