Paulo Dybala and Alvaro Morata worked separately from the Juventus squad in training today, but the Argentine could play against Roma.

The Bianconeri had two days off during the break for international duty, but resumed work at the Continassa camp today with coach Max Allegri.

Sky Sport Italia report that both Dybala and Morata were spotted running in the training session, albeit doing different exercises from the rest of their teammates.

Dybala picked up a muscular injury against Sampdoria on September 26 after scoring the opening goal and he has a real chance of being at least on the bench when Serie A resumes with their clash against Roma.

Morata also sustained a muscular issue at the end of the same match, but his recovery time could take longer and the Spain international is targeting Inter on October 24 instead.

Adrien Rabiot tested positive for COVID-19 while playing in the Nations League for France, while Weston McKennie is still in America after a muscular injury.

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