Paulo Dybala reveals he will undergo medical examinations tomorrow and hopes to return to action as soon as possible.
The Argentinean scored one goal in Juventus’ 3-2 win over Sampdoria before leaving the pitch in tears due to a muscle injury.
Massimiliano Allegri confirmed that both he and Alvaro Morata will sit out the upcoming Champions League clash against Chelsea on Wednesday.
They have also been ruled out of Juventus’ next Serie A game against Torino, meaning they will return to action after the break.
Dybala took to his official Twitter account to deliver an update about his fitness.
“Sorry for leaving the pitch, but happy for the victory,” he wrote.
“Tomorrow I will undergo medical exams, but I’m already thinking of returning as soon as possible.”
Dybala has scored three goals in six appearances across all competitions so far this season.
His agent is still in talks with the Bianconeri over a new deal, given that his current contract expires in June 2022.
Juventus vice president Pavel Nedved has stressed that Dybala is ‘at the centre’ of the club’s project, so the two parties are expected to reach an agreement soon.
The Serie A giants host Chelsea at the Allianz Stadium and visit Torino before the October break.
Dispiaciuto per aver lasciato il campo, ma felice per la vittoria. Domani farò gli esami, ma sto già pensando di tornare, il prima possibile 💪🏼 pic.twitter.com/glwmH7B3bz
— Paulo Dybala (@PauDybala_JR) September 26, 2021