The 24-year-old Wales international announced in October that he had been diagnosed with stage two Hodgkin lymphoma.
"Although I’m only halfway through, the progress is good and the outlook is promising and positive!"
Cardiff, Hull and Peterborough could all do with new managers. And our thoughts go out to David Brooks.
"The prognosis is a positive one & I am confident that I will make a full recovery & be back playing ASAP."
"You’ve just got to kind of put it to the side. We’ve just got to get on with the game of football."
We have an XI bound for Euro 2020 were playing in the EFL last season. There are Welshmen, Finns and more.
Brooks has scored three goals and assisted five more in the Championship this season for Bournemouth.
Spain v Germany is the undoubted highlight as the Nations League gets interesting.
Brooks left Bramall Lane back in July 2018 but could now make a return to the club in January.
Sheffield United have made an enquiry about an Arsenal striker, Blades boss Chris Wilder has said.
Man Utd have become disillusioned with Dortmund talks and are now looking at alternative players.
United 'are ready to press ahead with a move' with the Bournemouth owner 'willing to sell for the right price'.
Brooks to United to 'develop quickly', Chelsea given a Havertz deadline...
PSG and TEN Premier League clubs in for a Bournemouth striker, Silva to Barcelona.
Klopp is believed to be looking to add more depth to his squad after the departure of Adam Lallana.
Man Utd have reportedly lined up three possible alternatives for Jadon Sancho if they miss out on signature.
Bournemouth will certainly be much better for Brooks' return. His slightness makes him captivating...
Man Utd's contingency plans this summer seem to focus on Bournemouth, while Leon Bailey could replace Leroy Sane...
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Bournemouth's David Brooks is to undergo ankle surgery and miss the first three months of the new season.
Man United are selling Romelu Lukaku for as much as they signed him for. They have two targets.
David Brooks has been linked with a move away from Bournemouth, but he has penned a new long-term deal.
Liverpool won't join Chelsea in chasing Philippe Coutinho. Tottenham, on the other hand, are targeting Brits.
Tottenham have not signed anyone in an entire year, so a £50m Man Utd target would be quite the statement.
Should Tottenham sell Kane for £310m to sign De Jong and Brooks for £107m, then have loads left over?
"If he'd carried on playing and stayed fit he probably would have gone beyond us," says Howe of Brooks.
A biggie from Birmingham to Buenos Aires (sort of) via Bournemouth and the Bridge...
These five snips collectively cost a little more than Fabinho and bit less than Fred...
"It could've been so different with Brooksy, and what a disaster that would have been for us."
Bournemouth have 20 points from ten games. Eddie Howe continues to do an utter madness.