Paulo Dybala has revealed that after overcoming coronavirus he’s still not 100 percent fit-but he ‘s still enjoying Series A’s return.
In March, the Juventus forward confirmed that he and his girlfriend Oriana Sabatini had tested positive for Covid-19, by which time football was suspended in Italy due to the pandemic.
Dybala had to isolate himself for more than a month before Juve announced on May 6 that he had returned two negative tests, although after his illness he is still not in peak condition.
Having gone up against Tottenham’s Dele Alli at FIFA 20 as part of a charity event organized by Gamers Without Borders, Argentina International has declared its pleasure at the upcoming resumption of the campaign for 2019-20.
“I had coronavirus but now I feel a lot better.I’m still not at 100 percent, but I’m pretty good. We’ve started training again and so soon we’ll be able to do what we love the most,” Dybala said during the live transmission to Instagram.
Argentinian Dybala defeated Alli while playing as Liverpool, even singing midway through the online game with the England midfielder the anthem of the Anfield club ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone’
As for the actual action, the Old Lady was linked to a move for Manchester United star Paul Pogba, who between 2012-16 brought his career to a new level in Turin.
After revealing the duo exchanged shirts during a Champions League match two years ago, Dybala revealed he would love to play with the France World Cup winner again.
Juventus has the second leg of their semi-final Coppa Italia versus Milan, played in Turin on June 12. The teams’ first meeting concluded in 1-1 draw.