Real Madrid starlet Jese Rodriguez has stated that he has fully recovered from a ruptured anterior cruciate ligament back in March 2014.
Jese started in Madrid's recent showpiece friendly against AC Milan in Dubai and says he is ready to help the club where he learned his trade.
The 21-year-old was talking on the club's website after the loss to Milan. He stated: "I have recovered and the important thing now is to help the team.
"I have had seven days of holidays and have been training with my physiotherapist, who continues to treat the muscles on my knee. That is the most important thing and we are working on it."
The speedy forward broke into Carlo Ancelotti's team last season and managed to score five goals in 18 appearances in La Liga as well as bagging four assists. He was playing very well and was even had the interest of Spain manager Vicente del Bosque.
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He suffered a ruptured ACL in a Champions League match against Schalke at the Santiago Bernabeu in March 2014 which ended any hopes of appearing at the World Cup in Brazil.
However, the Spanish starlet has since returned to action on December 2 against Cornella in the Copa del Rey.
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