Last night, Borussia Dortmund announced terrible news. Indeed, the Marsupials indicated via a press release that the club had detected a testicular tumor in Sébastien Haller, recruited this summer to replace Erling Haaland who left for Manchester City. The Ivorian reacted on Tuesday on his social networks by posting a positive message. “Thank you all for your many messages of support and affection since yesterday’s announcement. My family and I thank you. I will now focus on my recovery to come back stronger.”
Supported by the world of football, the former Ajax player will focus on the essentials: his health. For its part, the BVB, which does not know the length of absence of its player, will perhaps have to look for a new attacker. In the meantime, the German team has decided to replace Haller with Bradley Fink, striker from the U23 team. He joined the team at the Bad Ragaz training camp according to Sky Germany. It remains to be seen whether Fink will have a chance while the Ivorian recovers.
Last #BVB hat auf die Abreise von Sebastian #Hall react und U23-Angreifer Bradley #fink ins Trainingslager nach Bad Ragaz geholt @Sky_Jesco
— Sven Westerschulze (@westsven) July 19, 2022