LA Galaxy Notebook: Robbie Keane injury update, Bradford Jamieson IV to stay through Orlando, Andrew Wolverton trains

CARSON, Calif. -- Robbie Keane is inching close to returning to the field. 

After the Galaxy's training session on Tuesday, LA head coach Bruce Arena told reporters that Keane may return to the training ground this week ahead of the club's clash with Orlando City SC. Keane has missed the Galaxy's last six games with a groin strain, and according to Arena, did not train with the team on Tuesday.

"We may be back on the field this week," Arena said. 

BRADFORD JAMIESON IV TO REMAIN WITH THE LA GALAXY THROUGH ORLANDO CITY SC GAME

Despite his call-up to the U.S. U-20's the LA Galaxy will have the services of Bradford Jamieson IV through their upcoming trip to Orlando City SC. 

The 18-year-old midfielder confirmed on Tuesday that he'll remain with the club through Sunday's match, and then join up with the U-20 squad in Australia. Ramos' squad is slated to leave for the 2015 U-20 World Cup on Saturday.

The U.S. U-20's will open the U-20 World Cup on May 30 against Myanmar.

ANDREW WOLVERTON JOINS THE LA GALAXY IN TRAINING

LA Galaxy draft pick Andrew Wolverton has finally joined the club five months after being drafted in the fourth round of the 2015 MLS SuperDraft. 

Wolverton has been unable to join the club due to a foot injury but the mammoth 6-foot-6 goalkeeper drew positive reviews from Arena after his first day

"He had surgery in January and has had a long rehab process but for his first day, he looked pretty good," Arena said. "He's a young prospect which was the reason that we drafted him. He's got great size and we'll see how he is, but it was his first day in training and he's done well so far."

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