Sebastien Haller mentioned that he was relieved to lastly make his first look in a Borussia Dortmund shirt following two surgical procedures and 4 rounds of chemotherapy for testicular most cancers, which had sidelined him for nearly six months.
Haller, who scored 34 objectives for Ajax Amsterdam final season, was identified throughout a pre-season coaching camp in July.
After that, the 28-year-old may solely return to coaching earlier this month, the place he additionally revealed a brand new pair of trainers with ‘f*** cancer’ written on them.
Sébastien Haller’s boots.
This man is a strolling W. ❤️ pic.twitter.com/P8oTsBAtOI
— Barstool Football (@StoolFootball) January 21, 2023
Haller is ready to make his first aggressive look for the membership as they face Augsburg within the Bundesliga on Sunday.
In one other improvement, Real Madrid midfielder Aurelien Tchouameni apologized to the Los Blancos followers after he was noticed at an NBA match in Paris even whereas his staff overcame a spirited Villareal facet within the Copa del Rey.
While Madrid did go on to win the match, followers vented their ire on social media and questioned Tchouameni’s priorities.
Admitting that he had not ‘done the right thing,’ the midfielder then took to Twitter and wrote, “I apologize to my club, the coaching staff, my teammates, and the Madrid fans for my presence at an event at a time when we were at stake in the Cup.”
“I have always been attentive to what was happening in Villarreal, but I have not done the right thing. Very sorry.”
Pido disculpas a mi membership, al cuerpo técnico, a mis compañeros y a la afición madridista por mi presencia en un evento a la hora que nos jugábamos mucho en la Copa. He estado atento en todo momento a lo que pasaba en Villarreal, pero no he hecho lo correcto. Lo siento mucho.🤍
— Tchouameni Aurélien (@atchouameni) January 19, 2023
Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard has emerged as an unlikely candidate to assist the Reds signal England star Jude Bellingham in the summertime.
This was after he mentioned that he would personally ‘fly to Dortmund and take Bellingham out for a nice dinner’ in a bid to persuade him to signal for Liverpool.
“Right now the obvious one is Jude Bellingham on the back of the World Cup and what he’s doing at Dortmund,” Gerrard informed BT Sport.
“I want him! All he needs to do is send his diary and let me know when he’s got a free day. I’ll fly to Dortmund personally and take him out for a nice dinner and we’ll talk about it,” he added.