On Monday night, Borussia Dortmund announced that its summer signing, Sebastien Haller have left its preseason training camp in Switzerland after been diagnosed with a testicular tumor.
Borussia Dortmund tweeted: "Sebastien Haller had to leave BVB training camp in Bad Ragaz due to illness and has already traveled back to Dortmund. During examination,a testicular tumor was discovered."
Reacting to this tweet, England international Declan Rice has send his thoughts and prayers he has a quick recovery.
Declan Rice tweeted: "Thought are with you my brother! Praying you have a speedy recovery ❤️ @HalleeSeb"
The Ivory Coast international joined the German outfit earlier this summer from Ajax in a £26.3 million deal.
The Ivorian forward has rebuilt his career over the past 18 months with Ajax after a difficult spell with Premier League side, West Ham United.
During his shirt stay with Ajax, Sebastien Haller recorded 47 goals in 66 matches, helping Ajax to win back-to-back Eredivise titles.
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