The Argentian, because of a low-grade lesion of the medial collateral ligament of the left knee, didn’t play in Juventus’ last eight games.
As reported by Tuttosport, he’s back in training with the rest of the squad and there is a good chance that coach Andrea Pirlo will call on him for the second leg of their Coppa Italia semi-final against Inter.
Dybala’s return to action comes with perfect timing for Juventus, who on Saturday will face Napoli at Stadio Diego Armando Maradona and then on February 17th will play away against Porto in the first leg of Champions League’s last 16.
Dybala in this season has scored three goals and provided two assists in 16 games among all competitions.
His contract will expire in June 2022 and his agents are in talks with Juventus’ board for a new deal.
Juventus have offered him a three-year extension with a €10 million salary, plus add ons, while Dybala is pushing for a €15 million salary.