Over the weekend the alarms went off in Juventus, since prior to Derby della Mole in view of Torino, three of his players, such as the Argentine Paulo Dybala, the brazilian Arthur and the american Weston McKennie, were punished for participating in a clandestine party in full curfew due to the Coronavirus pandemic in Italy.
However, the 2-2 draw in the Clásico, which takes them away from the fight for the Serie A title, has forced their coach Andrea Pirlo reverse your decision, and recall these three players for the next game of the Old lady.
In this way, both McKennie and Dybala and Arthur will be cited for the game that Juventus will hold this Wednesday, April 7 (12:45 PM ET), receiving the Naples for matchday 29 of the Italian Calcio, in a key duel to continue in the fight for the championship.
McKennie returns to Juventus for a duel with Napoli
Recall that the Texas-born midfielder He organized a clandestine party on Friday night at his home, in a private neighborhood of Turin, with the presence of about twenty people, including his colleagues Arthur and Dybala, being denounced by his neighbors and sanctioned by the Turin Police.
After learning of the incident, Pirlo decided in the pre-El Clásico with Torino to exclude the three involved from Juventus indefinitely, including McKennie; however, the need has the face of a heretic, and after the bad result of the weekend, they will finally be summoned again.
In the current 2020-2021 season, his first with the bianconeros, The American has played a total of 37 games, between Serie A, Coppa Italia and UEFA Champions League, 22 of them as a starter, where he has scored five goals.
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