Good News To Liverpool As Star Man Is Set To Return To The Team Training
By DamilareShow | self meida writer
Published 8 days ago - 1 views
Liverpool football club of England will be having one of their injured players back in full training in the next few days.
This is a good news for the Reds considering the handful of injuries the team had suffer in recent weeks.
However, Diogo Jota is on the verge of giving Jurgen Klopp a much needed boost with a potential return to first team training.
The Portuguese international has been impressive since he joined the premier league giant, but he has not featured for them again since he damaged his knee ligaments back in December during the champions league match against FC Midtjylland.
However, there has been an improvement in the striker's rehabilitation process and with all hurdles cleared, he will join the rest of the group in full training session coming up later this week that's if he doesn't develop any complications during his personal full session on Wednesday.
The former Wolverhampton player may be reintegrated to squad on March 4 during a premier league match against Chelsea, with sunday's match against Sheffield United likely coming too soon for him to feature.
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