It looks like Juventus star man Paulo Dybala will be available for the the Bianconeri’s UEFA Champions League Quarter Final second leg clash against Barcelona on Wednesday.
The Argentine, who was a two-goal hero as Juve finished off Barca 3-0 at home in the first leg, went off with an ankle injury against Pescara in the Serie A following a strong challenge by Ghana’s Sulley Muntari.
The 23-year-old on Monday reassured his fans talking about his condition to TyC Sports: “I have been training with the team, probably I will play 100% against Barcelona.”
Many Juve fans feared the possibility of their talisman’s absence for the Barca second leg, a scenario which would have seen them antagonize 32-year-old Muntari.
With fears of Barca pulling a second consecutive miraculous Champions League comeback, Juve fans will be happy to have the man who has scored 16 goals and made eight assists this season back in the fray.
Dybala also recently signed a new deal worth €7 million a year, making him the Bianconeri’s second-best paid player after Gonzalo Higuain.