Paulo Dybala has returned to Juventus for medical tests after finally recovering from coronavirus.
Dybala had been suffering from COVID-19 since March, but a double swab test earlier this week came back negative.
He appeared at J Medical on Friday afternoon for a routine medical lasting a couple of hours and could be allowed to train alone at Continassa tomorrow.
Paulo Dybala confirms he's free from the coronavirus. pic.twitter.com/UE3ha17CWr
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Corriere dello Sport quoted the Argentina forward as telling Juve fans on his way out of the facility: “I’m fine.”
The 26-year-old scored 13 goals and provided 12 assists for the Bianconeri before the season stopped.