Juventus is at the center of Italian news this Thursday. The transalpine press reports an illegal party organized in Weston McKennie’s villa, involving Paulo Dybala and Arthur while Leonardo Bonucci tested positive for Covid-19.
We will have experienced less agitated international truce returns. This Thursday, Juventus is at the heart of the news in Italy. In its edition of the day, the Italian general daily La Stampa reports an illegal party organized by the American midfielder Weston McKennie in his villa, notably with his teammates Paulo Dybala and Arthur.
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An illegal party
At the time of a curfew also in force in Italy, the three players gathered for a party with about twenty people. Also according to the indiscretions of La Stampa, The authorities had to intervene shortly before midnight, requested by the neighborhood. After an hour of negotiating to enter when no participant came to open, the military entered the villa and came across the three Juventus players in full violation of the very strict health protocol assigned to them.
As indicated by the rules put in place by the Italian government, all participants in this evening will be penalized. Goal adds that the three players should receive a heavy fine and observe a period of isolation in order to avoid contaminating the other members of the Piedmont squad.
A new case detected in the workforce
At the same time as this event, Juventus announced that Leonardo Bonucci had tested positive for Covid-19. Back at the club after his stint in the Italian selection, the central defender has been placed in isolation and will not be part of the derby against Torino this Saturday. He will also miss the match against Napoli, a late match that had been controversial and which will finally be played on Wednesday.