Sebastien Haller undergoes second operation as battle with testicular cancer continues – Litik Klitik

Sebastian Haller has given a positive update after undergoing an operation as he looks to recover from testicular cancer following his move to Borussia Dortmund

Sebastien Haller has successfully undergone a second operation as he continues his battle with testicular cancer.

The Borussia Dortmund star has been undergoing treatment since the summer when the problem first appeared. The former West Ham striker fell ill during the German team’s pre-season tour in Switzerland, with scans revealing a malignant tumour. Haller underwent chemotherapy and later made it clear that he was going to have an operation.

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He has since posted pictures of himself on social media after the operation and said: “Another step has been taken. Operation two went well. I’m looking forward to what’s to come.”

Haller continued to receive strong support from the football community, starting with his club, who said in the summer: “Sebastien Haller will be absent from Borussia Dortmund for several months. Histological findings have revealed a malignant testicular tumour. Haller therefore must undergo treatment chemotherapy”.

Dortmund CEO Hans-Joachim Watzke has previously said he hopes to have Haller back in the second half of the season, but has said the Ivorian will be given “all the time he needs to fully recover”.

Haller spoke impressively and openly about his struggle last month as he tried to maintain a strong perspective. The Dortmund star claimed he had a “spoiled” upbringing and now faces a difficult challenge. He told UEFA: “With all the experiences I’ve had and all the people I’ve met who are around me on a daily basis, I realize how lucky I am to have the life I have.yuJAJ KAK AKKA KAKNX AXHA JAJKX JAJJKX JAJX AKKXX

“One of the first things I said to myself was, ‘OK, it’s happened to me. I’m going to do whatever it takes to get mentally and physically fit.’ Some people start their lives that way. I was lucky it happened later in my life, so I can’t complain.”

Haller returned to Germany in the summer with high expectations following his transfer from Ajax. It was in the Bundesliga with Frankfurt that he first made a name for himself, prompting the Hammers to move in 2019. His time in London was unplanned and he joined Ajax 18 months later.AJJN JANX JANXNJ JNAXJ NAXN JANX JABJ

The Ivorian excelled with the Dutch giants, breaking Champions League goalscoring records, netting 34 times last season – a career high. Dortmund decided to sign Haller after losing Erling Haaland to Manchester City, but have yet to sign the striker.

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