Great news, this.
Danny Ings is one step closer to making his official comeback, claims Dominic King in the Daily Mail.
Yesterday, he completed a full training session with the Under-21s – the first he’s managed since his debilitating injury suffered back in October.
During Jurgen Klopp’s first training session after taking over from Brendan Rodgers, Ings damaged his cruciate ligaments, and has been out for six months – yet to feature under the German.
Now, there’s a distinct possibility Ings will play an Under-21 game before the close of the campaign, and perhaps even make a Premier League bench as well.
Before his injury, Ings had made a very exciting start to his Liverpool career. He’d scored three goals but impressed everyone with his attitude, desire and work-rate.
At 23-years-old, Ings has plenty of time to improve, and we’re sure he’ll be a valuable squad member next term. His characteristics suit Klopp to a tee, and it’s a crying shame the German’s not yet been able to call upon him.