Caught in the act at an illegal party with around 20 people this week, Weston McKennie, Arthur and Paulo Dybala will not play the Juve derby against Torino this Saturday, Andrea Pirlo announced at a press conference.
That left very little doubt. After the controversy that appeared this week in Italy with the illegal party organized by Weston McKennie in the company of his teammates Arthur Melo and Paulo Dybala, Juventus announced their decision not to call up their three players for the derby against Torino on Saturday.
Andrea Pirlo announces the sentence
Present at a press conference on the eve of the Derby della Mole, Andrea Pirlo announced that the three players will not be summoned while their return to training date has still not been determined: “The three players concerned will not be called up for tomorrow’s game. They’ll resume training later, we’ll see when. “
Goal also indicated that this exclusion from the group should not be the only sanction attributed to the three Bianconeri when they should also receive a heavy fine. The three members of the Piedmont workforce could also miss the match against Napoli, a late match rescheduled Wednesday.
Leonardo Bonucci is added to the list of absent as the Italian international defender tested positive for Covid-19.