Jordon Ibe is looking forward to getting back in action.
Liverpool youngster Jordon Ibe has really come of age this season. The young English wide man had impressed on loan at Derby County in the first-half of the season. Brendan Rodgers decided to bring him back as he felt he was ready to play first-team football at Liverpool.
He has played seven times for The Reds since his return to Anfield but was unfortunately cut down in his stride at the start of the month.
Ibe picked up a knee injury at the end of February and has not played since. He suffered strained knee ligaments and had his knee in a brace throughout March.
Now the youngster is getting close to a comeback. He confirmed the news on Instagram and Twitter earlier today that he will be back in action from next week - finally returning from the problem that has kept him out of action.
Liverpool fans will surely be pleased to see him back in action. He has shown on numerous occasions this term that he is a talent worthy of a place in the first-team and he will be looking to become a permanent fixture for years to come.