The serie A giants remain on lockdown after it was confirmed that defender Daniele Rugani tested positive to the coronavirus. With several reports indicating that Dybala was the next high profile player to Co tract the illness but the player and the club have come out to rubbish such reports The Bianconeri have also stated a denial to news agency Ansa regarding the speculation which has surfaced outside of their control.
Dybala later himself updated the media on his health by posting an update on his health and declaring that he has gone into quarantine as a precautionary measure
The update read: “Hello everyone, I wanted to confirm that I am well and in voluntary isolation. Thank you all for the messages and I hope you are well.”
Juventus have now followed suit and posted an update concerning the reports “Following yesterday’s news relating to the footballer Daniele Rugani’s positive test for Coronavirus-COVID 19, 121 people, including football players, staff members, directors, entourage and Juventus employees are observing a period of voluntary home isolation, in compliance with the requirements of the health authorities based on the provisions currently in force.”