ALEXANDRE LACAZETTE has almost regained his normal voice after undergoing successful vocal surgery.
The former Arsenal striker raised eyebrows with a high-pitched interview while playing for new club Lyon earlier this month.
Fans noticed Alexandre Lacazette’s vocal cord issue during this interview earlier this month
It turned out that the Frenchman was suffering from vocal cord polyps.
According to L’Equipe the condition left him unable to speak for months.
Lacazette, 31, could have undergone surgery earlier but was desperate not to miss any games for Lyon.
He decided to wait for the international break and went under the knife last Wednesday.
The surgery reportedly went well, with Lacazette having mostly regained his normal voice.
L’Equipe add that he is likely to be available for Lyon’s clash at Lens this Sunday evening.
Lacazette has enjoyed a positive return to Ligue 1 since leaving Arsenal.
He has scored four goals in eight appearances, also laying on an assist.
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The former Gunners skipper has been handed the armband at Lyon.
Peter Bosz’s side currently sit sixth in Ligue 1 with four wins and a draw from eight games.
They lost 1-0 to Paris Saint-Germain last time out, going down to an early Lionel Messi strike.
Lacazette, 31, as impressed since his return to Ligue 1