EFL: What Illness Does Sol Bamba Have?

The professional footballer Sol Bamba was diagnosed with Non-Hodgkin lymphoma in 2021, just before Christmas. Soon after being diagnosed with cancer, the athlete started undergoing chemotherapy treatment.

After four months of treatment, Bamba announced that he was cancer-free in May 2021. Middlesbrough was delighted to announce their defender Bamba officially joined the club after his recovery from cancer in May.

In January, the news of his cancer became public, and the athlete received rounds of chemotherapy before briefly making his return to Cardiff on the final day of last season.

After recovering from cancer, the athlete immediately started to train with Middlesbrough and further signed a one-year contract to see him work alongside Neil Warnock once again.

Sol Bamba Wife Details – Marriage Life

Sol Bamba is happily married to his gorgeous wife, Chloe Bamba. The athlete first met his English wife while playing Leicester. Sol and Chloe eventually fell for each other and started dating.

Bamba and his wife, Chloe, have three children together. Bamba also has a son named Jaxxson Shields from his previous relationship with a Scottish woman.

He has an intimate relationship with his beautiful wife and children, and they are living their life happily together. The athlete often shares adorable pictures of his family on his social accounts.

Sol Bamba Net Worth And Salary – How Rich?

Sol Bamba’s net worth is around $1 million – $5 million. The athlete lives a luxurious life with his family and has undoubtedly acquired a considerable fortune from his career.

The centre-back has £770,000 gross remaining for one year on his deal with Middlesbrough (Championship), which will expire on June 30, 2022. 

For the 2021-22 season, the thirty-seven-year-old footballer will earn a Gross Salary of £770,000 or £14,808 per week. However, all figures are not inclusive of bonuses or incentives.

Moreover, his actual salary figures may vary. Salary coverage may be limited or incomplete. 

In 2012, Bamba was sold to Turkish club Trabzonspor for £750,000 before joining Palermo. Later he was loaned to Leeds United after making his only appearance in six months.

What Is Wrong With Sol Bamba?

Sol was diagnosed with Non-Hodgkin lymphoma, a group of blood cancers that includes all types of lymphomas except Hodgkin lymphomas, in 2021.

After undergoing chemotherapy for four months, the athlete announced that he was cancer-free in May 2021. The athlete since then has competed in many games and rising to his best.

After joining the club last summer, Bamba has made 20 appearances for Middlesbrough. In recent years, the professional player has had a tough time away from football after being diagnosed with cancer in January 2021.

The athlete, however, does not want to reflect on his illness too much but admitted that it was an emotional moment for Sol and his entire family member and furthered his loved ones.