Paula Dybala has been dominated out for as much as 20 days after struggling a knee ligament harm throughout Juventus’ weekend win over Sassuolo, the Italian champions revealed on Monday.
In a press release, Juventus mentioned that Argentina ahead Dybala had undergone examinations on the membership’s medical centre which revealed harm to “the medial collateral ligament of the left knee with restoration occasions of roughly 15/20 days”.
Dybala was substituted three minutes earlier than the break within the 3-1 win in Turin which retains Juve within the the hunt for tenth straight Serie A title.
The 27-year-old has scored simply two league targets in a rocky season underneath new coach Andrea Prilo which has additionally featured a spat with the membership over a contract extension.
He’ll now miss Juve’s conflict with title rivals Inter Milan this weekend, with the Turin membership seven factors behind present league leaders AC Milan.
Juve added that Weston McKennie, who pulled up after 18 minutes on the Allianz Stadium and was changed by Aaron Ramsey, was being monitored however that assessments discovered no accidents to the American midfielder.
Federico Chiesa has additionally prevented a spell on the sidelines regardless of being on the receiving finish of a tough Pedro Obiang sort out which led to the Sassuolo midfielder being despatched off simply earlier than the top of the primary half.
Juve are at the moment additionally with out Alex Sandro, Juan Cuadrado and Matthijs de Ligt, who’ve all examined optimistic for coronavirus.