There are reports Adrien Rabiot will return to Turin tomorrow, with Gonzalo Higuain set to fly in on Friday, but both require two weeks of quarantine before training for Juventus.
The pair are the only players who remain abroad after training resumed, but while Higuain was given permission due to personal reasons – his mother is ill and he is spending time with his baby daughter in Argentina – Rabiot had no excuse.
According to RTL France reporter Philippe Sanfourche, Rabiot “believes he has not made any mistakes and will return to Turin tomorrow after following the training schedule to the letter.”
La Gazzetta dello Sport also suggests that Higuain is expected back in Italy on Friday.
However, both will need to be quarantined for at least 14 days after their return, and go through the run of tests, before they can resume training with the rest of the squad.
Contact training in groups is set to begin on Monday, so they’ll both be quite some way behind everyone else.
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