It was reported that Juventus forward Paulo Dybala has tested positive for the coronavirus for the fourth time since he had contracted the virus in March.
La Joya confirmed the news about that on March 21 saying that the Argentinian and his girlfriend had tested positive for the COVID-19.
Dybala's teammates Daniele Rugani and Blaise Matuidi have also tested positive for the virus, but they have recovered.
Juventus are due to return back to the training ground on May 14, as the government allowed the athletes to resume their training from May 4. Most certainly, Dybala will not return to training with the first team, as his most recent test for the coronavirus is also positive.
Sky Sport Italia and El Chiringuito now report that the Argentine has had four tests in the last 39 days.
The 26-year-old player will have to be under quarantine for 14 days in order to recover from the virus soon.
Dybala have confirmed the news about being tested positive for COVID-19, but the club still hasn't made a statement on the subject.