Argentina have decided to recall the Juventus striker Paulo dybala back in their senior squad for the first time in nearly two years.
The 27-year-old put on a show this weekend despite the Old Lady’s implosion which took us points off a two-goal lead.
The former Palermo star netted a goal and an assist in his opener, having finished the previous campaign well on his return to form, although his campaign was marred by many problems, including suffering from the coronavirus.
Dybala will now be in line to make his first appearance for his country since November 2019, when he faced Uruguay in a 2-2 friendly draw, with the Daily mail naming the absence of Sergio Aguero as a possible reasoning.
With just one more game for Juve before the international break, I can’t help but prefer that Dybala did not travel to join his international squad, because after his injury problems last season, I had the ‘impression that we will have to worry that he will come back to us unharmed, especially with the low possibility that he could contract Covid again, as international training camps have not been kind to us since the start of the pandemic.