Andrea Pirlo, coach of Juventus, excluded this Friday that Argentine Paulo Dybala has to undergo surgery to solve the problem in the medial collateral ligament of the left knee that has prevented him from competing since last January 10.
“As for Dybala, we will study the situation with the medical staff, there is no danger that he will have to operate. He had a control and now we will study the best way for him to return to the group,” Pirlo said in a press conference the day before of tomorrow’s league game against Hellas Verona.
“We thought it would be somewhat lighter, instead the times lengthened,” added Pirlo referring to the fact that initially it was estimated that Dybala would only need twenty days to recover.
Summoned in Champions but without reappearing
The & # 39; Joya & # 39; injured his left knee in the January 10 game that his team beat Sassuolo and since then, despite entering the Champions League list for the match against Porto last week, he has not has been able to play again.
This season he has only played 16 games and scored three goals: two in Serie A and one in the Champions League.
The Argentine was no longer called up on Monday against Crotone and will not be available this Saturday at the Bentegodi stadium for the appointment with Verona.