Argentine Juventus striker Paulo Dybala will be out for fifteen to twenty days due to a minor injury to the medial collateral ligament of the left knee, according to his club, which ruled out injuries to Federico Chiesa and Weston McKennie at the same time.
Dybala, whose participation is therefore not in danger in the return of the Champions League on February 17, with the start of the round of 16 of the tournament, withdrew injured in the 42nd minute of this Sunday’s match against Sassuolo as a result of a strong collision with the opposing defender Gianluca Ferrari. This morning he underwent medical tests that determined the extent of the damage.
Both McKennie and Chiesa were also subjected to examinations, although in both cases injury was ruled out, so “their conditions will be evaluated day by day,” as specified by the club. EFE (HN).