Cardiff City defender Ben Turner has returned from his long-term injury which has ruled him out since December, Wales Online has confirmed.
Turner, who started his career with Coventry City, returned to the Ricoh Arena this season on loan due to being frozen out of the first team due to fierce competition of players such as Bruno Ecuele Manga.
But the centre-back was forced to return to parent club Cardiff after he suffered an ankle injury which was not his first.
The defender who has accumulated 120 appearances for the Welsh side has now recovered from the operation on his ankle, and has recently featured in a development squad game for The Bluebirds.
It is unsure whether Turner will remain at the Cardiff City Stadium next season due to his contract expiring in the summer.
The Bluebirds are chasing a spot in the Sky Bet Championship play-offs, and face a pivotal clash with Queens Park Rangers on Saturday.
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