Liverpool’s attacker Daniel Sturridge is said to return to the field when the team play against Stoke City this Sunday, after stepping down from an ankle ligament damage.
Sources from the ESPN FC stated that the Striker underwent excessive training on Monday, increasing hoped that he is over the injury which made him lose 9 matches for his team.
Sturridge has not played since suffering the injury during a training session on Nov. 29.
This season had been pretty convincing and promising for him in which he managed to score 11 goals in 14 appearances for Liverpool, impressing in a formidable strike partnership with Luis Suarez.
Manager Brendan Rodgers is hoping to reunite that pairing for Sunday’s Premier League trip to the Britannia Stadium.
Liverpool who have had a great start over this New year with two 2-0 home wins against Hull in the league and Oldham in the FA, while the teams manager whose team is place on the fourth spot of the table is hoping for good victories to strengthen his side and push his team towards the top of the table.
Liverpool are waiting to discover the extent of the injury that forced vice-captain Daniel Agger to limp off against League One side Oldham on Sunday.
The Danish centre-back was diagnosed with cramp, but has been sent for a scan as a precaution.