Juventus star Paulo Dybala admits he is ‘still not quite 100 per cent’ after a lengthy struggle with Coronavirus, but is excited about the packed fixture list.
The Argentina international had several positive swabs over a 46-day period before finally shaking off COVID-19, whereas teammates Daniele Rugani and Blaise Matuidi managed to recover much quicker.
“I had Coronavirus, but I feel much better now,” Dybala said during the Gamers Without Borders Instagram Live transmission, as he beat Dele Alli.
“I am still not quite at 100 per cent, but I’m pretty good. We’re back to training now and football is coming back, so soon we’ll be able to do what we love the most.”
After three months without Calcio, the Coppa Italia opens the doors first with Juventus-Milan on June 12, followed by Serie A from June 20.
It’s going to be a constant flow of matches, with at least one fixture from Italy practically every day until the start of August.
“I hope we can enjoy ourselves and entertain people too,” continued La Joya.
“It’ll be wonderful that fans will get the chance to see a different game every single day.”