The 22-year-old has made 16 appearances in all competitions in a debut season at Anfield that has been disrupted by a broken foot and his most recent injury, a dislocated shoulder
Liverpool striker Fabio Borini has resumed full training with the club after recovering from a dislocated shoulder suffered against Swansea in February.
The 22-year-old has only made 16 appearances this season for the Reds after breaking his foot while on international duty with the Italy Under-21s in October, before his collision with Swans defender Kyle Bartley further hampered his debut season at Anfield.
The striker took to Twitter to reveal his good news, stating: “”Who i should be and who I feel to be” today first full training after injury!!! #be #firstraining #back #happy”
Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers made Borini his first signing at the club, with the former Swansea man joining from Roma for a fee of £10.5 million.
Borini has scored just one goal since joining the club, coming in his first appearance at Anfield in the Europa League game against FC Gomel.