The 27year-old spent nine hours in operation at a Harley Street hair clinic in London this week, as a followup for the first transplant.
"But he has continued to lose his hair farther back on his head and on his crown. It has given two noticeable bald patches to him. The only way to remedy this was with another hair transplant."
"Just to affirm to all my followers I've had a hair transplant," he wrote. "I was going bald at 25 why not. I'm pleased with the result.
This footballer was going bald at 25 years of age. He decided to get a hair transplant then.
He had his first hair transplant done in June 2011 in a center in Central London. Under the procedure, he had a follicular exchange of hair from the donor areas for the areas. Another top-up process was scheduled for after two years then only.
The young footballer had his future procedure done at a Harley Street hair center in London last week-end. It took eight hours for the 27-year-old to own his surgery done.
He said although he had his hair maintained from first transplant, he was losing hair further back and it was required to protect his bald spots.
'He has continued to reduce his hair further back on his head and on his crown. It has given two noticeable bald patches to him. The only method to remedy it was with a second hair transplant', said Shahmalak.