Juventus | Dybala needs more time to recover, not serious for De Ligt

by | Oct 18, 2021 10:26

SportItalia reports Paulo Dybala will need more time to recover from a muscle problem, but Juventus are optimistic regarding Matthijs de Ligt after the 1-0 win against Roma.

The Bianconeri secured their fourth consecutive win in Serie A last night and Massimiliano Allegri is now trying to recover some players in view of the big game against Inter on Sunday.

Dybala was expected to be back after the international break, but it was Alvaro Morata who returned against Roma last night.

The Argentine is still struggling with the muscle injury that stopped him after the goal against Sampdoria, and the broadcaster claims he will need more time to recover fully.

Serie A Highlights: Juventus 1-0 Roma

He could be available for the end of the month, or the mid-week game against Sassuolo, but seems set to skip Zenit St Petersburg and Inter.

But the report claims it’s not as serious for De Ligt, who had to forfeit against Roma due to a muscle strain.

Juventus reportedly hope he will recover in time for the match against Zenit in the Champions League, but will definitely be back for the game against Inter.

Adrien Rabiot is still out with coronavirus, but should be available for the game at San Siro this weekend.

Paulo Dybala goal

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