The Northern Irishman has revealed that the winger, who withdrew from the England squad with injury, is a doubt for his side's next Premier League game at the Stadium of LightSunderland manager Martin O’Neill has admitted he is unsure whether Adam Johnson will be fit in time for his side's clash with Liverpool this weekend.
The wideman was recently forced to withdraw from the England squad due to injury and, although he has returned to training, the Northern Irishman has revealed he is uncertain over his fitness.
| SUNDERLAND LATEST
|4/1||Adam Johnson is 4/1 to score anytime against Liverpool with Paddy Power
“Adam is progressing quite nicely, which is good, but I don’t know yet.” O’Neill said when asked about Johnson’s chances of being fit.
“He’s done some work with a couple of the other injured players, including Phil Bardsley and Wes Brown.
“It’s too early to know whether he’ll be available but it would be great if he could make it.”
The 25-year-old joined the Wearside club in August after falling out of favour with Premier League champions Manchester City.