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Aaron Ramsdale has taken to Twitter to send David Brooks a message, after the Bournemouth maestro was sadly diagnosed with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma.

What’s the story?

Well, the Welshman released a statement on Twitter, which revealed that he’s been diagnosed with Stage 2 Hodgkin’s Lymphoma.

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Brooks paid tribute to the medical department at the Wales national team, who helped him detect the illness quickly.

That may have been an absolutely crucial discovery.

Ramsdale – who played alongside Brooks at Bournemouth – was clearly concerned after hearing the news, and lent his support on Twitter.

You can see the £30m man’s message below.

It’s nice to see Ramsdale send a message of support, and hopefully, Brooks will make a full recovery before returning to football once again.

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The football community has truly rallied around the 24-year-old amidst what must be a seriously difficult time for him.

Sol Bamba, who was diagnosed with Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma in January 2021 before returning this season, messaged Brooks after hearing the news.

Tyrone Mings also sent Brooks a message, as did Arsenal, Chelsea, England and Bournemouth’s official Twitter accounts.

There are many more messages, and it’s great to see how much positivity is being sent in the direction of Brooks.

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The mercurial playmaker is most certainly not going to enter this fight alone – he has the backing of the football world, and beyond.

Everyone on HITC wishes the 24-year-old the very best in his recovery, and hopes to see him giving defenders nightmares again as soon as possible.

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