“The player already respects the established rules and remains isolated, following the sanitary protocol in force,” Juventus said in a statement.
According to the press, the forward isolated himself at home after having been in contact with a person who tested positive during the week.
Juventus reported on Friday that two other players, Carlo Pinsoglio and Brazilian Arthur Melo, had tested positive for coronavirus.
The Turin team will host Naples on January 6 at the resumption of the national championship.
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