Juventus: The Argentinian striker, Dybala gave a negative result for the coronavirus and is waiting for a re-export in Serie A.
Paulo Dybala had tested negative for coronavirus after the latest test.
On the night of 6/5, the Juventus Club confirmed that Paulo Dybala had tested negative for coronavirus after the latest test.
This is, however, the Argentine striker still needs more monitoring to be able to return to the army with his teammates.
Before that, Dybala made fans worried about health status. Argentine player Oriana Sabatini girlfriend was confirmed infected on 21/3. With Dybala, he had up to 4 times positive test results for corona virus within 6 weeks.
Share with fans, striker born in 1993 said he used to have quite severe symptoms during treatment. Dybala revealed that he tried to train but his respiratory illness made it difficult and he could not move for more than 5 minutes.
Before Dybala, two other Juventus stars, Daniele Rugani and Blaise Matuidi, also had Covid-19, but both recovered and could go to training.
Previously, Paulo Dybala was the third Juventus player to be positive for Covid-19, after center-back Daniele Rugani and midfielder Blaise Matuidi. The Argentinian star had been infected since March. In six weeks of treatment, he had four tests but were positive. But now, Dybala has recovered.
The entire Juventus team was in Turin to prepare for the rest of the season. The stars of the reigning Serie A champions will have to quarantine themselves for 2 weeks before they can return to practice in small groups if the results are negative for corona virus.
This is good news for Juventus in the context of the Italian Government has let the club back to practice from 4/5. If nothing changes, after 2 weeks, starting from 18/5, Serie A teams will return to normal training and play again in June.
Juventus has not yet returned to training due to the many players who have recently returned to Italy from abroad, including the case of Cristiano Ronaldo. As a rule, CR7 will have to perform isolation within 2 weeks before returning to training. The Serie A champions blamed themselves for not asking players to return to Italy earlier.
According to La Gazzetta, even though Paulo Dybala has recovered, he still needs to follow and can not return to training. A few days ago, he claimed to miss football and wants to return to the field.
20 Serie A clubs have voted in favor of the plan to continue organizing the rest of the 2019/20 season. However, the official timeline for the tournament has not been determined because the disease situation is still quite complicated.
Paulo Dybala’s future is decided – Juventus
Juventus expressed their desire to stay with the Argentinian striker for many more years and are making moves to persuade the player to extend the contract.
After a period of not being used by former coach Massimiliano Allegri, Paulo Dybala revived under Maurizio Sarri this season. The Argentinian striker scored 13 goals in 34 games and had 12 assists, becoming an important factor in the Juventus attack alongside superstar Cristiano Ronaldo.
Juventus Sports Director Fabio Paratici told Sky Sport Italy: “The club is promoting a contract extension with Dybala. We want him to be part of the team for many more years.” The announcement came shortly after Tuttosport revealed that the former Palermo player wants to be a legend at the Allianz Arena like Alessandro Del Piero.
Dybala’s contract with the “Old Lady” of Turin will expire in the summer of 2022. Here, he is receiving a salary of nearly 7 million euros a year. Juventus is considering an annual salary increase deal for the Argentine striker, besides bonuses depending on achievements.
The 26-year-old forward moved to the Allianz Arena in 2015 for a fee of 40 million euros from Palermo. Up to now, he has played a total of 216 matches, scored 91 goals and has 36 assists. Paratici also confirmed that Gianluigi Buffon and Giorgio Chiellini will soon renew their contracts and stay at the club next year.