November 28, 2020

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Juve, apprehension for Dybala: updates on his conditions

Juve, apprehension for Dybala: updates on his conditions

The Argentine striker struggling with the infection.

Paulo Dybala could miss the match against Cagliari, which will mark the resumption of the Juventus championship. The Argentine striker remained in Turin during these two weeks off during the national team’s commitments to recover from the urinary tract infection that struck him a month ago and heavily affected him on the pitch.

La Joya has also worked on Tuesday and riaggregherà the group Wednesday or Thursday at the most, to see if able to be Andrea Pirlo available for the game against the Sardinians. According to the Gazzetta Dello Sport, the stop was served to the former Palermo, definitely in a better mood than in previous weeks. The player feels fine, but the infection has debilitated him, and it could take a few more days to get him back 100%.

In recent weeks, Dybala has alternated targeted therapies with intense workouts and has undergone a treatment based on antibiotics to solve the problem definitively.

If he is not ready for the match against the Sardinians, Dybala expects to be there for the match scheduled three days later, against Ferencvaros in the Champions League.

Meanwhile, after Ibrahimovic, the Juventus striker also took the field against Covid, as a testimonial of the Piedmont Region campaign: “Let’s not underestimate this virus: – this is the Argentine’s message – we only win if we know how to team up. Wear the mask, while protecting yourself, you will also protect others. Together we will do it “.

“We are grateful to Dybala for the sensitivity with which he immediately responded to our appeal, – observes Governor Cirio – speaking of a precious message concerning the use of the mask but also the need to remain united”.

La Joya has also worked on Tuesday and riaggregherà the group Wednesday or Thursday at the most, to see if able to be Andrea Pirlo available for the game against the Sardinians. According to the Gazzetta Dello Sport, the stop was served to the former Palermo, definitely in a better mood than in previous weeks.