Juventus playmaker, Paulo Dybala has refuted claims that he’s been tested positive for Coronavirus.
Reports emerged earlier today that the Argentine international was being infected with COVID-19.
But reacting to the report, Dybala, in a tweet on his official Twitter page on Friday, confirmed that he is well and in voluntary isolation.
Dybala wrote: “Hello everyone, I wanted to confirm that I am well and in voluntary isolation. Thank you all for the messages, and I hope you are well Folded hands#NoFakeNews#coronavirus.”
Meanwhile, Dybala’s teammate, Daniele Rugani, was the first Juventus player that tested positive for Coronavirus earlier this week.
Juventus have released a statement on its official website on Thursday that 121 staff members, including footballers, are in voluntary home isolation because of Coronavirus.
The statement read: “Following yesterday’s news, relating to the footballer, Daniele Rugani’s positive test for Coronavirus-COVID 19.
“121 people, including football players, staff members, directors, entourage and Juventus employees are observing a period of voluntary home isolation, in compliance with the requirements of the health authorities based on the provisions currently in force.”
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