Dybala was forced off injured during the Bianconeri’s recent win over Sampdoria having scored and impressed in his time on the pitch until then, and the extent of his injury was initially thought to be worse than it turned out. The No.10 even left the pitch at the Allianz Stadium in tears on the day.
But Sky Sport Italia are now reporting that Dybala will be back in the Juventus squad for the game against Roma.
It’s unlikely that the forward will feature in Allegri’s starting XI, especially with their Champions League game away to Zenit St. Petersburg to come just days later, but he could be given some minutes from the bench to get back up to speed.
Both Dybala and strike partner Alvaro Morata were put through personalised training sessions on Tuesday, each working with the ball.