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Wednesday May 6 2020
Juventus: Dybala has recovered

Juventus have confirmed that Paulo Dybala has fully recovered from COVID-19 and his latest tests proved negative, so he can return to training.

The Argentina international was the third Juve player to test positive for coronavirus in March, after Daniele Rugani and Blaise Matuidi.

However, while Rugani and Matuidi were given the all-clear on April 15, it took Dybala longer to fully shake the virus off.

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Wednesday May 6 2020
Moratti: 'Messi or Dybala for Lautaro'

Massimo Moratti would take Lionel Messi or Paulo Dybala for Lautaro Martinez and dismissed Juventus’ vow not to accept an assigned Scudetto.

Moratti has long campaigned for Messi’s arrival at Inter if he ever left Barcelona, and he reiterated that stance 10 years to the day since the Nerazzurri won the first part of their historic 2010 Treble.

Failing that, the 74-year-old also recommended another Argentine star.

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Tuesday May 5 2020
Juventus: Dybala not cured yet

Juventus released a statement confirming Daniele Rugani and Blaise Matuidi now test negative for COVID-19, but Paulo Dybala is not given the all-clear.

Players drove into the training ground today at Continassa to begin tests and prepare work after almost two months of the lockdown.

A statement was released detailing the various actions the club is taking to abide by Government guidelines, including the intensive cleaning of all work surfaces, including the team bus.

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Monday May 4 2020
Dybala: 'Didn't think I'd miss football'

Juventus forward Paulo Dybala has confessed that ‘I never thought I was going to miss playing that much’ and revealed he has a new passion.

Dybala is still recovering from coronavirus after testing positive for the fourth time in six weeks, and he told Brazilian singer Anitta in an Instagram interview for Adidas just how much he was itching to ‘put my boots on and run’ again.

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Sunday May 3 2020
Paratici: 'Hope Higuain stays at Juve'

Fabio Paratici confirmed Juventus are in talks to extend Gigi Buffon, Giorgio Chiellini and Paulo Dybala contracts, won’t deny the Miralem Pjanic-Arthur Melo swap, but Gonzalo Higuain is ‘worried.’

The Chief Football Officer sat down with Sky Sport Italia today to discuss preparations for next season in the post-coronavirus world.

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Thursday April 30 2020
Papu launches shirt charity project

Atalanta captain Papu Gomez has helped set up a new charity project called The Biggest Game, with players from all over the world – not just football – donating items.

“I started this project 20 days ago: we got over 100 sporting figures from all over the world together to fight the coronavirus. I thank all those who participated,” wrote Gomez on his Instagram page.

It was set up with Shirtum and is practically an online raffle for jerseys – or shoes.

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Thursday April 30 2020
Dybala 'waiting for COVID-19 test'

Paulo Dybala ‘just has to wait’ for the coronavirus all-clear, assured his girlfriend, as a virologist points out still testing positive after six weeks is ‘not unusual.’

Spanish television programme El Chiringuito claimed this week that Dybala had tested positive for the fourth time in 40 days, meaning he has still not shaken off COVID-19 and cannot return to training or even end his quarantine.

Other reports in Italy suggested it wasn’t so much that he tested positive, as the final negative test had not yet arrived.

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Wednesday April 29 2020
'Buffon wrong to embrace Dybala'

Ex-Juventus President Giovanni Cobolli Gigli gave Gianluigi Buffon an ‘earful’ for embracing Paulo Dybala and says Andrea Agnelli should ‘push’ for a restart.

It was reported yesterday that Dybala had tested positive for COVID-19 for the fourth time in six weeks, and Cobolli Gigli admits he told off Buffon for his wild celebrations with the Argentine during Juve’s 2-0 win against Inter last month.

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Wednesday April 29 2020
Report: Dybala still positive for COVID-19

Juventus star Paulo Dybala has tested positive for COVID-19 for the fourth time in six weeks, claims Spanish programme El Chiringuito.

He confirmed via Instagram on March 21 that he and his girlfriend Oriana Sabatini both tested positive for the coronavirus.

This came after Daniele Rugani and Blaise Matuidi also contracted the virus.

According to El Chiringuito, Dybala has undergone in all four tests over the last six weeks and the most recent was positive.

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Saturday April 25 2020
Kumbulla: 'Dybala toughest opponent'

Hellas Verona defender Marash Kumbulla went from ball-boy to Serie A star and reveals Juventus striker Paulo Dybala was his toughest opponent.

The centre-back, who was born and raised in Italy but plays his international football for Albania, spoke on an Instagram Live interview about his career path.

“I have to thank Ivan Juric. I am living a dream come true,” said Kumbulla.

“I was a ball-boy at the Stadio Bentegodi and will never forget a day when I was on the sidelines for a 3-0 victory over Genoa, with Luca Toni’s brace.

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