Juventus confirm Matthijs de Ligt has recovered from COVID-19 and will be in the squad for tomorrow’s game with Bologna.
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The Dutch defender had been out since testing positive for the Coronavirus on January 8.
He has passed all the required tests and medicals too, so is available to resume playing.
“Matthijs de Ligt carried out, as per protocol, two controls of molecular test (swab) for Covid-19 with negative results,” read a statement.
“Therefore, the player has recovered and is no longer subjected to the isolation regime.
“He will join the team at the J Hotel for the retreat this evening and will be included in the squad list for tomorrow’s match.”
Juan Cuadrado also recovered from COVID this week and was rushed back into the starting XI against Napoli for the Supercoppa.
Only Alex Sandro still remains in isolation with the virus.