The Argentina international is now back in training with Juventus and he may feature in the battle against the Nerazzurri.
has not played forJuventus
in their last four matches as he was struggling with a muscle injury he suffered during the clash againstSampdoria
However, the Argentinean has returned to training and he may be available when they face Inter on Sunday.
After returning from Russia and the recovery session, both of which took place yesterday, this morning the team found themselves under the Turin sun of the Juventus Training Center for a new day of work,”
Juventus official statement read.
“There are two days left until the next match that will see the Bianconeri take to the field in Milan, against Inter in a Derby d’Italia clash scheduled for Sunday evening at 20h45.
“A challenge that has always been fascinating, a match that Juventus will want to prepare for in the best possible way to extend the important streak of consecutive positive results obtained between Serie A and the Champions League.
“As such, the group this morning focused on build-up plays, and those who did not play in Wednesday evening’s win closed the day’s training with a match played on a long pitch.
“Paulo Dybala completed the entire training session with the group.”
The 27-year-old has met the back of the net three times in six matches this season, being the club’s best scorer with Alvaro Morata. His contract is due to reach its end when the season is over, but Juve are reaching an agreement with the striker to sign an extension contract.
Jorge Antun, his agent, will come to Turin for signing a new deal in the upcoming days.
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