Paulo Dybala apologises for ‘mistake’ after breaking COVID-19 guidelines at home celebration

Paulo Dybala apologises for ‘mistake’ after breaking COVID-19 guidelines at home celebration

Paulo Dybala, Weston McKennie and Arthur Melo had been reported to have been fined by police who had been known as by neighbours to the lockdown get-together at US midfielder McKennie’s Turin house.

Paulo Dybala apologises for 'mistake' after breaking COVID-19 rules at house party

Juventus’ Paulo Dybala. AP Picture

Milan: Juventus ahead Paulo Dybala on Thursday apologised for breaking COVID-19 guidelines by attending a home celebration with teammates Weston McKennie and Arthur Melo.

The Juventus trio was reported to have been fined by police who had been known as by neighbours to the lockdown get-together at US midfielder McKennie’s Turin house.

“I do know that in such a tough time for the world with COVID it will have been higher to not make a mistake, however I used to be incorrect to remain out for dinner,” Argentine ahead Dybala wrote in a publish on Instagram.

“It wasn’t a celebration, however I made a mistake anyway and I apologise.”

The three gamers, who all missed worldwide call-ups with accidents, might additionally face membership sanctions however no choice had but been made on the matter, a membership supply stated.

The Italian champions have had new coronavirus positives this week after the return of their worldwide gamers.

Centre-back Leonardo Bonucci examined constructive on Thursday after getting back from Italy worldwide obligation.

“Bonucci underwent a take a look at for COVID-19 which got here again constructive,” Juventus stated in an announcement.

“The participant has already been positioned in house isolation.”

Turkey defender Merih Demiral additionally examined constructive whereas along with his nationwide facet and returned to Turin on a medical flight, the group stated.

The 23-year-old is isolating within the Juventus group’s J-Lodge.

Each gamers will miss Saturday’s Turin derby in opposition to Torino.

4 members of Italy’s workers contracted the virus throughout the group’s World Cup qualifiers, the Italian Soccer Federation (FIGC) had introduced Wednesday after a 2-0 win in Lithuania.

The Azzurri additionally performed in Bulgaria on Sunday, three days after beating Northern Eire in Parma, each additionally with a 2-0 scoreline.

Your entire Italy group had been examined in Sofia on Monday, with adverse outcomes, however on Tuesday a workers member complained of delicate signs with a sore throat.

The person was remoted and returned to Italy the place a take a look at was constructive, and three different officers examined constructive in Vilnius.

In the meantime, Sassuolo stated that their 4 Italy internationals Gian Marco Ferrari, Manuel Locatelli, Domenico Berardi and Francesco Caputo is not going to play in opposition to Roma “as a precaution” this weekend regardless of their adverse exams.

Sassuolo’s Turkish defender Kaan Ayhan contracted the virus along with his nationwide facet changing into the seventh participant on the membership contaminated this season.

Different Italian internationals examined adverse on their return house with Napoli confirming Lorenzo Insigne, Alex Meret and Giovanni Di Lorenzo had all been given the all-clear on Thursday.

Milan goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma was additionally adverse.

Inter Milan’s three Italy internationals Nicolo Barella, Stefano Sensi and Alessandro Bastoni skilled individually on Thursday whereas awaiting their outcomes.

Bologna’s Polish goalkeeper Lukasz Skorupski has additionally examined constructive.

 

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