Juventus forward Paulo Dybala has fully recovered from coronavirus more than a month after he was first diagnosed.
The good news was confirmed by Juventus via a statement on Wednesday
as they noted that Dybala’s two latest tests came back negative for COVID-19.
Dybala first confirmed that he and his girlfriend, Oriana Sabatini, had contracted
the coronavirus on March 21.
On Wednesday, he posted a message on Instagram that read: “My face says it all, i’m finally cured from COVID-19.”
However, an unidentified player at Juventus’ Turin-based neighbours Torino
tested positive for the coronavirus in the first round of testing ahead of the club’s
planned return to training on Friday.
This has now cast more doubt whether the league will continue or it will be cancelled just like the French Ligue 1.
Serie A clubs have begun to return to training this week after Italy’s eight-week
lockdown, the longest in Europe, although there has still been no decision on when, or if, the Serie A season can start again.