Unlike Argentine footballer Paulo Dybala, who has tested positive for the coronavirus, his family members have tested negative, reports Calciomercato.
The Juventus forward’s family members had had contact with him before quarantine was declared in Italy and were self-isolated upon their return to Argentina, but they tested negative.
Dybala and his girlfriend tested positive for the coronavirus last week, but feel better now. The footballer will start training again soon.
Among other Juventus footballers who have tested positive for the coronavirus are Daniele Rugani and Blaise Matuidi and will be tested again next week.