Sébastien Haller speaks up. The BVB striker reports on his way back to old strength.
Dortmund – “I’m doing very well, the treatment is going well and I’m lucky to be able to train every day,” Sébastien Haller told fifa.com. The Borussia Dortmund striker is on the long road back to full health. A testicular tumor was found in the 28-year-old in mid-July.
Despite his setback, Haller has remained extremely positive. Those responsible for BVB had emphasized this again and again in the past few weeks. At BVB’s Champions League opener against FC Copenhagen (3-0) last Tuesday (September 6), Haller appeared for the first time at Signal Iduna Park, which caused great emotion among fans and players.
BVB striker Haller reports numerous recovery wishes
“Whether Ivorian, Dutch, French, German, English or whatever, all the people who support me from afar or nearby are a source of strength to my family, my relatives and me,” Haller told FIFA. com next. “So what I can tell them is that I will do everything I can to come back as soon as possible and be crucial for my club and my country.”
The recovery wishes have given him “enormous strength to pass this test”. But this is far from over: Haller, who switched from Ajax Amsterdam to BVB in the recently expired transfer window, will be missing Borussia Dortmund for months.
On his way back, he receives support from FIFA President Gianni Infantino. “On behalf of the international football community and on my own behalf, I would like to send you my best wishes for a speedy and full recovery, hoping to see you in the best of health soon,” Infantino wrote in a letter to the BVB striker. as reported by fifa.com.