Juventus and Argentina striker, Paula Dybala, has been ruled out for three weeks after picking up a knee ligament injury during the victory over Sassuolo on Sunday.
The Italian champions – who made the announcement also disclosed that Dybala had sustained injuries in the medial collateral ligament of his left knee; which would keep him out of action for at least two weeks. This was confirmed after an examination at the club’s medical centre.
The striker – who was substituted three minutes before halftime in Sunday’s clash against Sassuolo – has netted just two times in the Serie A this season and will be unavailable in Juventus’ match against Inter Milan on the 17th of January, 2020.
Meanwhile Federico Chiesa and Weston McKennie will most likely be available for selection after suffering knocks in the previous fixture.
Alex Sandro, Juan Cuadrado and Matthijs de Ligt; who all tested positive for coronoavirus will not be available for Juventus–who go into the game seven points behind table-topers, AC Milan.