Juventus forward player, Paulo Dybala has finally tested negative for the novel coronavirus which has claimed a lot of lives.
The Argentine striker was initially diagnosed with coronavirus in March and tested positive numerous times, after weeks of isolation.
Reports had stated that the Argentine had still tested positive as recently as last week, but Juventus has now announced that Dybala is free of the virus.
He was one of the first Serie A players to contract coronavirus along with Juventus teammates Daniele Rugani and Blaise Matuidi.
He wrote on Twitter: “Many people talked in the past weeks…but I can finally confirm I am healed.
“Thank you once again for your support and my thoughts on all who are still suffering from it. Take care!”
A Juventus statement read: “Paulo Dybala performed, as per protocol, a double check with diagnostic tests (swabs) for Coronvirus-COVID-19, which came back with negative results.
“The player has, therefore, recovered and will no longer be subjected to the home isolation regime.”
Dybala posted a celebratory picture on Instagram with the caption: “My face says it all, I’m finally cured from Covid-19.”
The player will now be able to resume working out individually at Juve’s training facility, with Serie Aplayers having been given permission from the government to resume training this week.