The former Rangers and Chelsea midfielder Brian Laudrup has final been given the all clear after battling cancer for over 10 years.
During his playing career, which eventually stalled due to injury, Laudrup represented a number of European clubs. He started with Danish club Brøndby, winning two Danish championships in the late 1980s. He then played in Germany and Italy most notably with Bayern Munich and AC Milan, winning the 1993–94 Serie A as well as the 1994 UEFA Champions League.
He was a vital part of the Rangers team which dominated the Scottish Premier Division in the 1990s, winning three championships, among others. He also won the 1998 UEFA Super Cup in his brief stint with English club Chelsea, and had a brief spell with Copenhagen in Denmark, before ending his career with Ajax in 2000.
Brian was also a part of the shock 1992 European Cup winning Denmark team alongside his brother Michael. But quiet possibly his biggest achievement to date is the news that the legendary midfielder has finally beaten cancer after a 10 year period battling with the horrific disease.
After being diagnosed with follicular lymphoma in 2010, Brian Laudrup can final say he is cancer free. On his Instagram Brian posted the following “A huge thank you to the amazing medical staff at Rigshospitalet [in Copenhagen].”
From all of us at All Everything Entertainment we want to congratulate Brian on his victorious journey against the disease and wish him all the best for the future.