Juventus forward Paulo Dybala gets all-clear after coronavirus

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May 6, 2020

May 6, 2020


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Juventus have confirmed forward Paulo Dybala is no longer subject to quarantine after being given the all-clear more than six weeks after contracting the coronavirus.

"Dybala performed, as per protocol, a double check with diagnostic tests for Coronavirus-Covid 19, which came back with negative results," the Italian champions said.

"The player has, therefore, recovered and will no longer be subjected to the home isolation regime."

There were several reports last week that the Argentina international, 26, had tested positive for the coronavirus for the fourth time in six weeks.

Dybala was diagnosed on March 22, along with his girlfriend Oriana, who recovered sooner from the disease, which has killed nearly 30,000 people in Italy.

He was one of three Juventus players to test positive along with Italy defender Daniele Rugani and France's Blaise Matuidi.

French midfielder Matuidi and Italian defender Rugani - the first player in Serie A to test positive for the virus - tested negative for Covid-19 earlier this month, the club said, and were "no longer subject to the home isolation regime".

Juventus players returned to individual training at the team's sports centre on Tuesday, while Cristiano Ronaldo began two weeks' coronavirus quarantine after returning to Italy.

Updated: May 6, 2020 09:18 PM

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