Wales midfielder David Brooks will start most cancers therapy after being identified with stage two Hodgkin lymphoma.
The 24-year-old Bournemouth participant, who was a part of the Wales squad on the European Championship, earlier withdrew from this month’s World Cup qualifiers.
Brooks mentioned the “swift consideration” of the Wales medical workforce detected the sickness.
“This can be a very troublesome message for me to write down,” Brooks mentioned in an announcement.
“I’ve been identified with Stage II Hodgkin lymphoma and can start a course of therapy subsequent week.
“Though this has come as a shock to myself and my household, the prognosis is a constructive one and I’m assured that I’ll make a full restoration and be again taking part in as quickly as attainable. I might like to indicate my appreciation to the medical doctors, nurses, consultants and employees who’ve been treating me for his or her professionalism, heat and understanding throughout this era.”