The players of Juventus and most of the Serie A clubs started their individual training this week, and the team training starts on May 18. But what about the ones infected with the coronavirus?
There is good news there. All infected Juventus stars have recovered, Paulo Dybala being the last of them.
Juventus said Dybala’s last two tests were negative for the coronavirus, so the Argentinian would no longer be in home isolation. Dybala has thus recovered from coronavirus and will return to training soon, the Turin club said.
Dybala had been in house isolation for 45 days with his girlfriend Orijan, who was also infected. He was the third Juventus player to become infected with a coronavirus after Danielle Ruggani and Blaise Matuidi, who recovered faster than him.