Juventus trio Blaise Matuidi, Daniele Rugani and Paulo Dybala are, according to Tuttosport, not experiencing any physical problems in training after having recovered from COVID-19.
A medical investigation had revealed that coronavirus patients could suffer chronic respiratory problems after having contracted the virus.
Juventus immediately carried out thorough checks on their players and staff, carefully following up the three members of the squad who tested positive for the virus.
Matuidi and Rugani never showed any symptoms and the exams were satisfying, but Dybala, who recovered after having carried the virus for over 45 days, is still subjected to strict controls every two days.
The report claims the Argentine striker is training at full capacity, like the rest of the squad, and is not experiencing any physical problems during the resumption of activity.
The trio should be available for Maurizio Sarri when the championship resumes, but Juventus are recommending Dybala to follow a rigid protocol.
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